Virgin could have broken the law by publishing CCTV footage of Jeremy Corbyn

August 24, 2016 11:20 AM

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The UK's chief data protection body has confirmed it is making enquiries after Virgin Trains published CCTV footage of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn using one of its London to Newcastle services.

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) — which is responsible for dealing with data protection law — told technology news website Ars Technica UK that it will be looking into Virgin's decision to publicise the footage on the grounds that it could have breached the Data Protection Act (1998).

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