ICO Natural Living Individual Fundamental Rights and Freedoms vs Corporate Fiction Commerce Rights

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S. Prichard (Account suspended)

Dear Information Commissioner's Office,

ICO Natural Living Individual Fundamental Rights and Freedoms vs Corporate Fiction Commerce Rights

1.Please can you provide the policy your ICO officers follow to ensure that International Law is being followed precisely and correctly that protects natural individuals fundamental rights over and above commerce carried out by legal entities that are fictions such as companies, corporations, local government etc.

2.In particular please provide all policies that protect children's data rights.

3.If the ICO do not prosecute legal fictions for breaching data protection laws that affect living individuals, especially when they have suffered harm including physical damage, which obviously a fiction cannot suffer, then please provide your precise purpose and confirm why legal entities carrying out commerce data rights prevail.

4.Why and how data subjects whose data belongs to them are instead being required to take direct action when the ICO will not, especially when these legal fictions refuse to comply with a DSAR and the ICO takes no action and basically allows them to get away with breaking the law and which is a criminal offence s.173(3) DPA 2018. Is theft of their data allowed as long as it profits commerce?

5. Are the ICO another data collection agency acting on behalf of the government, where is the evidence of your independence from government and what do you do with the data you are collecting from victims of data breaches often also being carried out by legal teams who are supposed to know the law, who are basically ignoring the ICO because they know there will be no punishment and no need to forward any data to a data subject via their DSAR.

Yours faithfully,

S. Prichard

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S. Prichard (Account suspended) left an annotation ()

Fundamental rights and freedoms are supposed to be protected under International law and data subjects interests must prevail unless a lawful basis is provided that overrides a natural individual's rights - basically means a criminal act.

If no lawful basis is proven they need your consent to process your data and the ICO rules need to be made much clearer and the data protection laws enforced.

ICO Casework, Information Commissioner's Office

6 May 2021

Our reference: IC-104459-Q3D1 

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