4 posts • joined 20 Dec 2007
43.4 Transfer of Data abroad
From trustworthy Citibank:
43.4 You consent to have your data transferred to other countries (including countries which do not offer adequate personal data protection) and You agree that if Your data is required by another country's laws or regulatory rules to be disclosed to that country's regulators, authorities or law enforcement agencies it can be so disclosed.
Down the pan 2
you're absolutely right! Citibank is NASTY! Last September they sneakily changed their "terms and conditions", saying they will move all their customers details to foreign countries where there "might not be data protection laws" and said that all their customers agree to that! F**K THAT!
Thanks God I noticed this, written in a very minuscule statement that came with some brochureware!
I immediately went to open an account with Nationwide and closed all my business with Sh*ttybank.
And since I found out the sharks bought Egg, I moved all my savings to IceSave.
The thumb upimage?: Consider it a 2 fingers for the City*ankers...
STD no more!
Excellent! The NHS has found the solution to get rid of Sexually transmitted diseases... chopping it all off!!!
How about removing genitals as soon as baby males are born? Oh I shouldn't have said that, NHS might take this idea seriously...
Problem still ONGOING after 4 days!!!
In the North London area NW1 I still have not got internet after 4 days now!!! Disgraceful!!!!
It has been going on and off for the past 4 monthys now, and that's it for me now Virgin, really tired of you, definately gonna switch over to a proper and reliable ISP!!!!
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