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(From Aberdeen Press & Journal)
A local authority has been forced to apologise following a data blunder which resulted in the e-mail addresses of hundreds of private landlords being distributed.
Aberdeen City Council admitted yesterday it had made a mistake when a message was sent from its landlord registration office to homeowners without e-mail addresses being properly omitted.
Last night, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) said there had been a potential breach of the Data Protection Act and an investigation would be carried out if it received a complaint.
The e-mail, with the subject heading …