The data that car owners are required to give to the government, rightly, should not be sold on to car park companies, "civil enforcement" racketeers and clamping cowboys. Their access should be retricted to searches paid for, if need be, in the course of civil proceedingsd, properly restricted, not just handed out to those who want to make a profit out of the public.

Why is this idea important?

Because the current criteria quoted by the DVLA, who will allow our personal data to be sold to any one asking for it, is the weakest excuse anywhere and an abuse of the reasons for the DVLA possessing the data.

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