oh come on now...what te hell is going on!?

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  1. Perhaps the mandarins are getting bored and/or frustrated with the current government and are trying to get a message across?
  2. wet_blobby

    wet_blobby War Hero Moderator

    It's a government wide conspiricy, that way when they get to bring out the much hyped (but not needed) ID Cards they can turn around with a straight face and say "no fear of losing anyones details with the ID Card scheme....we've already lost everyones so nothing to worry about"
  3. haha...anything to get thes friggin ID cards brought out
  4. Though that would relegate the ID cards as purposeless and a waste of investment... Oh! Hang on! This is government we're on about.
  5. same here...oh well...i guess that will be more money down the drain!
  6. haha........and here are the infamos ID cards....delayed yet again!

    ID Cards
  7. I suspect that the more people are encouraged work from home or at dispersed locations, this sort of thing will happen. People make mistakes and CDs, and even laptops, are so commonplace, the cautious mindset is easily put to one side. Maybe the information should be on the Employer's "Hub" and Internet accessible with a password. That said, although a password may stand a better chance of being looked after, the consequences of the ill-disposed getting access could be even more drastic.
  8. PMSL Blobbs! :thumright:

    PS: Who leaked that confidential information, or did you TNT deliver it to you by mistake?

    Rt Hon Gordon Brown MP
    The Prime Minister
    10 Downing Street
    SW1A 2AA

    went instead to..

    Mr & Mrs Blobby
    Somewhere Nearby the Pub
    Dropped in and claimed overtime
    Then went home
  9. Seaweed

    Seaweed War Hero Book Reviewer

    Are we not reaching the stage where the head of the Civil Service should be taking responsibility for the apparent fact that Civil Servants do not believe that the Data Protection Act applies to them?

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