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John Catt Wins Lawsuit: Landmark privacy case won by 88 year old in UK

The Telegraph (UK) -   John Catt, 88, argued that keeping information about him on the National Domestic Extremism Database was a breach of his right to a private life because he had not committed any crimes.

In a landmark ruling which threatens to throw police intelligence systems into chaos, the Appeal Court agreed, saying the intrusion into his private life had not been justified.  Read more.


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