Information Commissioner Hancock has closed the investigation into Snug Leak


Information Commissioner Hancock has closed the investigation into Snug Leak


The Information Commissioner’s Office has closed its investigation into the Health Department’s CCTV leak, which spread to the front page of Snoog with Hancock’s then-assistant Gina Koladengelo. The sun. The ICO announced this afternoon that their investigation had been found. “There is insufficient evidence to prosecute the two suspects for illegally obtaining and releasing CCTV footage from the Department of Health and Social Care. ” They shouldn’t have investigated anyway …

“Forensic analysis shows that the leaked images were probably obtained by recording CCTV footage screens on a mobile phone.

The six phones recovered during the execution of the search warrant did not have relevant CCTV footage. After seeking legal advice, the ICO concludes that there is insufficient evidence to prosecute someone for a criminal offense under the Data Protection Act 2018.

The ICO has therefore closed its criminal investigation.

Of the sun Harry Cole had earlier accused the ICO of taking one more step with the investigation “Systematic Decline of Press Freedom”. All kisses, say no …

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