What about the music...
I assume the volume is off because that frigging tune is enough to drive anyone to a murderous rage
292 posts • joined 16 Jun 2011
I assume the volume is off because that frigging tune is enough to drive anyone to a murderous rage
Must.. Not... Type... Obvious... Smut...
£0, it goes, assuming it is ever paid, to The Treasury
Put a stop to slave trading we had a healthy role in establishing in the first place...
is Talk Talk a scam or not?
Not strictly true.
For a subject access request to be valid you have to provide sufficient details to allow the data controller (DC) to identify the relevant personal data so any request for 'all of may data' regardless of media/format can be refused.
Just saying a specific date isn't enough as those cameras could be running 24/7 so a time frame would be a reasonable clarification from the dc.
Also when providing the data a permanent copy doesn't have to be provided if it would require disproportionate effort to provide it but the dc would still be required to allow the requestor to view the footage.
When it comes to the images of 3rd parties most councils in my experience just blur faces (although there is a technical DP argument that the images aren't personal data if the council and the requestor don't have sufficient information to identify the individual).
who at least hasn't at least once in their life wished they could do something like this to some sh*tehawk of an employer who is royally shafting the staff left, right and centre?
It hasn't been metal boxes for a while now, its black plastic crates these days.
As a Presiding Officer clear boxes would be a boon as people could see you weren't fiddling things but given the bat shit crazy conspiracy theories you get from some voters no system is perfect.
I was personally accused of gerrymandering an election by moving a polling station across a road from one church hall to another (and I mean literally across the road all of about 50 feet).
That the church hall we used to use had been condemned and was scheduled for demolition was all a smokescreen to prevent people voting as they had 'always' used the previous hall.
Well as an NHS employee (non-clinical) I access Google regularly for finding information rather than having to leaf through reams of printed information to find specific stuff.
Also huge numbers of enquiries at set times of day as staff access Google at lunchtime etc. for personal use.
Not necessarily true.
I left Virgin and took my phone number with me about 8 months ago with no fuss other than them bitching I hadn't notified them of my intention to leave before I started the process of switching.
When I pointed out that they were already 18 months into 'fixing' a piss poor broadband service which wasn't due to be finally resolved for at least a further 3 months (not great when Management works from home) they got less whiny.
I seem to remember a similar logic pervading in Germany in the 1930s and early 1940s...
Failures of Senior Officers and Manning's mental state may have been mitigating factors but they don't absolve the individual of responsibility.
There is no 'will try for GDPR equivalence', the UK will have to introduce the GDPR as it will be in force well before we leave the EU so we will have to have it.
Was with VM for over 10 yrs until I switched to Sky earlier this year.
Our broadband was so flaky it wasn't worth the money due to a network issue which had been ongoing for 18 months and was due to go on for a further 6 so we sacked them off for Sky and got a nice tidy chunk of money from VM in compensation.
The speed isn't as good but it is stable and as my other half works from home a lot she needs a reliable connection rather than one that drops out all the time.
For me Sky was the lesser of several evils and as much as I dislike giving my coin to Murdoch overall the package worked best for us, certainly far better than BT.
I prefer pocket billiards...
poop up surely?
Surely to hate something you actually have to give a toss about it?
I think Paris knows what constitutes 'heavy browsing' ;o)
I think you'll find it was Clarkson that buggered up Top Gear when he threw a diva strop and twatted a producer rather than the BBC.
purely for the use of Playmobil
But what % of applicants to FB were from the BME community?
You can only (potentially) employ those that actually apply.
That said equality and diversity requirements can be slightly bonkers.
In a former life I worked for a local authority in the North West who were criticised by race relations groups for a lack of diversity and for not reflecting the borough's population. That these groups hadn't done their research seemed to pass the critics by as the council employed approx. 10% of its staff from the BME community while the BME population of the borough was a fraction over 1.5%!!!
Still people will always be outraged by something regardless of what people/companies do, good or bad.
in 5... 4... 3... 2... 1...
Sleep well Lester, our loss is your deity of choice's gain.
El Reg, any chance of a retrospective of Lester's greatest hits?
Beer.. well it seems as appropriate as a way to commemorate Lester.
I believe the technical term for what you are saying here is b@ll@cks
The litany of VM's clusterf@*ks continues, we have had an intermittent but ongoing Broadband problem in WA3 area since January 2015... Estimated fix date is mid August this year!!
According to the engineer who came to visit the problem is with the network cluster of 12 cabinets we route off and it needs major infrastructure works to resolve. I was told by one of their drones that these sort of repairs take time... Well yes I get that Einstein but 18 months?
I suspect that they were just leaving it carry on in the hope that customers wouldnt notice but as my wife now works from home a couple of days a week a reliable internet connection is a must and their attitude was appaling.
The gist of their customer service drone's response was 'well we will get it fixed eventually but until then you can always leave...' I expect that tactic has led a lot of people to put up with it. I went straight online the next time our internet was up and moved lock stock and barrel to SKY. And yes I know they aren't perfect but slow but reliable internet is better than it dropping out and staying off for hours at a time.
Another case of the 'press' (and I use the term loosely) in the form of gossip rag Gawker confusing the 'public interest' with 'interesting to the public' (and even that is debateable)
Keith RIchards isn't alive, he's just chemically preserved
I think the use of reality tv and stars in the same phrase should be banned by law!
You are a clueless numpty!!
The ICO can't do anything other than fine the plod as 'Call Me Dave' and his chums have ignored repeated requests to issue the necessary statutory instruments to allow breaches of the DPA to result in prison sentences
You'd be stunned at the number of solicitors with a startling ignorance of the Data Protection Act.... Actually you probably wouldnt, bunch of clueless feckwits who make my life a misery
I thought Bernstein was Man City Chairman?
Careful it'll Morph into something more serious...
Best advert for censorship I have ever heard
Now if they can just add Piers Morgan and Donald 'Spunk' Trump (et) to the list I'll be straight to the airport
All this 'time spent on the khazi' talk reminds me of a spread sheet (poor choice of words) I used to have back in the day that calculated how much you earned while on the throne.
Dredging my memory now to try and remember what the most someone earned in a visit was.
You can clearly see the guy's nuts...
Not true, the Police's role is to investigate and gather all of the relevant evidence.
It is the prosecuting authority (the CPS in the UK) of the relevant state so it would be the DA here to decide whether or not to prosecute based on the evidence gathered.
That certain categories of crime such as DUI automatically go to prosecution is neither here nor there, the prosecution is still done by the authority not the rozzers
Yep, a couple including Parkhurst Forest right next to the 3 prisons...
Well he patently has no soul so I can only echo the 'doesn't want a soulmate guff'
I assume he was getting a bum signal?
I know, I know... coat... leaving...
I assume you need your coat as the khazi has run out of Andrex?
***Yoda Mode On*** In AC the stupidity is strong it is. Cannot un-stupid can I ***Yoda mode off***
You are Boris Johnson and I claim my £5...
In the late 80's I flew from Sydney to HK and then HK to Heathrow on the upper deck (in those days the upper deck was cattle class and as there was only 6 or 7 of us sat up there we had 2 flight crew looking after us.
The closest I will ever get to turning left as I get onto a flight!!
Or a small localised fire in which no one gets hurt...
Perhaps because no-one in Government can write a contract worth it's salt.
There, fixed that for you
well played AC, well played
You can never have too many allen keys...
with the sleeve rolled up to hold his tabs
Company with (insert description here) customer service bought by a customer with even more (insert description here) service...
Looks like I shall be trotting off to a new provider at the end of the month when my contract is up!
Not strictly true Even if you have a relationship with the company you can still opt out and failure to comply with an opt out is an offence under the PECR regs but that initial call is allowed (assuming you havent checked/unchecked any boxes allowing/preventing marketing) at the point of entering the relationship with the company.
If you have told the company you dont wish to receive marketing at the outset then they can't contact you for marketing purposes.
The issue comes with what the companies define as marketing. The regs and the ICO are quite clear as it being anything which promotes something (such as the Torygraph's 'Vote for Call Me Dave' email) wherewas companies seem to see marketing as only relating to selling you something.
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