7th Of January 2008
In a recent article in a crummy British newspaper tabloid, Jeremy "The Fool" Clarkson 47 talked about the privacy crisis in England. During data moves, Massive leaks in private details where made, including two disks of details that went missing in transit, affecting in all approximately 25 million households. In a vain attempt to prove that there is nothing to worry about, J "The Fool" C published his bank details in his article.
Some person, or persons unbeknown to J Clarkson made Fraudulent withdrawals on his account. This Included a £500 direct debit by an unknown party to recipient by the British Diabetic Association. Due to the Data Protection Act (1984) the bank cannot tell J Clarkson, who made the withdrawal, or prevent it in the future. He later commented on his choice of actions "I was wrong and I have been punished for my mistake."