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Should I report a corporate theft to the Old Bill?

Tom Winnifrith Thursday 11 October 2012

 

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It seems that someone has obtained my home address in an illegal manner and used it in a way that caused immense distress to my nearest and dearest. With enough on their plate already this has caused real pain and anguish. And, the lawyer for those responsible has admitted that it happened. What to do?

I have fired of a warning email asking for no repeat. I really have better things to do than waste my day explaining to plod what happened. And so I am almost determined to move on. But part of me notes that this is a criminal offence where I gather the penalties are pretty unpleasant.

Those who who mess with my family should perhaps learn a lesson. I am not sure what to do. Tomorrow an early Christmas present sees me off to hear a blog roll idol speak ( Hugh F-W) and I shall ponder the matter. What do you think I should do?

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