Driffield residents will be shocked to learn that their Town Council has leaked a significant amount of their Data. Yet despite been informed of the leak on 13 August they have failed to correct the failure or inform residents of the leak for two months.
Note The Two Redactions
I had requested my Data via a Subject Access Request.
As the CCTV Data is stored in Driffield Police Station and Driffield Town Council have no access to it Humberside Police unlawfully processed my Data.
It was an unlawful act as there was no Service Level Agreement in place between Humberside Police and Driffield Town Council when my Data was gathered.
The image above was taken from video footage sent to me by Driffield Town Council. It was not redacted when I received it. The two redactions are mine. I now lawfully hold Data that Driffield Town Council and Humberside Police unlawfully gave me that identifies Driffield residents.
I reserve my right to publish further samples of this Data either redacted or unredacted.
I have made Driffield Town Council aware of my position and requested to be informed how they and Humberside Police will address:
- The Data breach
- Humberside Police unlawfully processing Data without a Service Level Agreement in place between Humberside Police and Driffield Town Council when my Data was gathered.
- The outcomes of using inadmissible evidence in courts of law for years that was unlawfully gathered by the CCTV system.