Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Data protection case goes to the House of Lords


"Michael Durant, who lost a landmark ruling on the meaning of "personal data," is petitioning the House of Lords. He hopes it will agree to hear his appeal against the Court of Appeal's narrow interpretation of the definition found in the Data Protection Act."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Is there any news of whether Durant's case will be heard by the House of Lords following the Court of Appeal's 2003 judgement? Also, is there any news concerning Durant's appeal to the European Court of Justice?