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The UK's Data Protection Act (DPA) contains a loophole related to data anonymity that could cause "sensitive data to be compromised on a massive scale," silicon.com reports. The issue was raised by Caspar Bowden, a chief privacy advisor at Microsoft, who said "it is really relatively easy to reidentify" such information. Information Commissioner Christopher Graham explained that his office is bound by the limits of the current DPA, which dates back to 1998, but noted the ICO will be hosting a seminar on the subject on March 30 aimed at creating updates that address "the real issues about the way that data is handled."
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