This breaks the rules of the Data Protection Act and the Human Rights Act

July 8, 2013

Could anybody help me I am currently in a battle with the CSA over a hand written note on a pro forma form which I recognised as a breach of the data protection act as it implied by a thord party (ex-wife) I have no access rights. This is untrue as I have a court ordere from 2001 explaing I do have access rights , I beleive this breaks the principles of the data protection act and Article 8 of the Human Rights act the CSA dispute this as the have an informed right or say they say to write untrue information, I have spoke to the equality commmision they have explained that they have to meet a ligitimate aim . Is there a human right lawyer that that have been shafted by the CSA that may be able to help?

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