please hear me out. - chris w@tson
i will stop all messages, unless i am asked, i will be there for all help, this is my web family, please do not turn your backs on me, i just want to be friends. i just get in from work and nobody is here to greet me, i work alone, i live alone, please forgive me for all i have done.
Re: please hear me out. - WebSearch

Removed by request.

Edited by Avant on 16/04/2018 at 11:27

Re: please hear me out. - chris w@tson
that is a lie, i have bought the house off my parents, and my sisters are now living with they fiances.
Re: please hear me out. - Ash Phillips
Any chance of giving us a clue how you got that info? Never know when you need to find these things out ;o).
Re: please hear me out. - Ash Phillips
Scratch that, I've just seen Anrew Hamilton's post re 192.com.
Re: please hear me out. - Dave
WebSearch wrote:
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Webmaster - I think this should be removed...
Re: please hear me out. - Chris
Agree with you Dave. Data protection act may be being breached by the the website in fact, for publishing Chris W's details without his permission.

Chris
Re: please hear me out. - Alyn Beattie
All the information given out by this site is public knowledge already, ie telephone No, electoral role details.
I don't think this breaks Data Protection Act as anyone can go and get this information if you know where to look
Re: please hear me out. - Dave
Alyn Beattie wrote:
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> All the information given out by this site is public
> knowledge already, ie telephone No, electoral role details.
> I don't think this breaks Data Protection Act as anyone can
> go and get this information if you know where to look

I agree but this lads all of 15. If his Dad finds out there'll be trouble. And I mean that seriously - do we really want to give some kid a load of grief?
Re: please hear me out. - Chris
Ah, but. Electoral roll, telephone directory etc. all have permission to publish. My name, address, phone number, and no doubt the name(s) of my cohabitees are "public knowledge" in that way too, but my insurance company would be breaking the law if they published the details I gave them on a website.

Chris
Re: please hear me out. - coco the clown
i think the person should be left alone.
Re: please hear me out. - Andrew Hamilton
I just found 192.com by search engine google. Probably loads more!
 

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