Personal data: Lords debate

01 April 2009

The Earl of Northesk (Conservative) will call attention to the regulation, collection and retention of personal data and its impact on personal privacy, liberty and freedom in a debate this Thursday, 2 April, in the House of Lords.

Members scheduled to take part include:

  • Earl of Northesk (Conservative); member of the All Party Internet group and a campaigner for civil liberty and privacy
  • Baroness Hanham (Conservative); Opposition spokesperson for the Home Office
  • Lord Maclennan of Rogart (Liberal Democrat); Liberal Democrat spokesperson for the Cabinet Office
  • Baroness Neville-Jones (Conservative); Opposition spokesperson for national security
  • Lord Steyn (Crossbench); retired Law Lord
  • Bishop of Chelmsford

Lord Bach, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice, will speak on behalf of the Government

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