Saturday, March 12, 2016

Declan's battle with the Mayor of London's Clearing House service over the processing of our personal data moves into a second week

Mayor of London Boris Johnson

We have spent an entire week dealing with the Mayor of London's Clearing House service, run by St Mungo's, and its processing of our personal data. Nonetheless, we have been denied disclosure of all the information our landlord (Family Mosaic Housing Association) or any third party can see by logging into the Clearing House system. On Thursday Declan complained to the Information Commissioner. By issuing St Mungo's CEO Howard Sinclair with this data subject notice yesterday, he has exercised his section 10 right under the Data Protection Act 1998 to prevent processing likely to cause damage or distress:

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It's not like we do not have a history when it comes to the processing of our personal data by the Mayor's Clearing House service. This is a court order in relation to data held against us that St Mungo's (then called St Mungo's Broadway) stood in defiance of for over eight months:

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Related blog post (11 February 2016): "Complaint to the Mayor of London: Declan is engaged in a battle royal with the Mayor's Clearing House service (run by St Mungo's) over data held against us in defiance of a court order issued last May"