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You could be in line for compensation worth thousands if you have been a victim of the DVLA data breach.

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  • £4,000 average claim

    Customers, on average claim £4,000 from incidents of data breach

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    Experts are ready and waiting to advise you in any way you need

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Data breach in figuresClaims on data breach incidents are happening every day

  • 51%

    Of consumers expect financial compensation if their information is lost or stolen

  • 99%

    Of UK citizens have had a data breach and can claim thousands of pounds in compensation

    The UK has a population of nearly 70 million people

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  • 88%

    Of data breaches in the UK are said to be due to human error and warrant compensation

Has any of the following ever happened to you? Read carefully as we don't want you to miss out

  • Your data was lost, stolen or hacked
  • Your data was inaccurately stored or out-of-date
  • Your data was held longer than required
  • Your data was used outside of its stated purpose
  • Your data was made public
  • Your data was disclosed without your express permission
  • Your data was maliciously disclosed
  • Your data was used to obtain credit cards fraudulently

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DVLA Data BreachData breaches have been increasing both in terms of number and the amount of people affected. Many big companies have been affected resulting in some very large scale breaches and compensation pay outs.

DVLA Data Breach in numbers

  • £2,000+ Typical claim value
  • Number of records compromised

    16 million

  • Date

    2016 to present

What happened?

You could claim compensation worth thousands if your data was affected by the DVLA data breach that occurred in 2016 and is still ongoing today.

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How was data breached at the DVLA?

From 2016 to the present day the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) has been selling the names and addresses of registered vehicle owners to private parking companies so they can issue fines. It is estimated that around 16 million people might have been affected by this illegal use of personal data. Whilst this is not an obvious form of data breach we believe that this is an example of commercial exploitation and a breach of data protection regulations.

The DVLA holds a large amount of personal data including drivers’ names, addresses, dates of birth, photographs, entitlements, endorsements, relevant medical information, and convictions as well as more details about each registered vehicle. Therefore, the fact that they have sold some of this data is unfair and breaking the trust of drivers around the country.


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Can I make a data breach claim against the DVLA?

If you have received a private parking fine from 2016 to present day, the DVLA may have breached your data and you could be owed thousands of pounds in data breach compensation. We can put you in touch with expert data breach solicitors who are putting together a collective group claim that will bring together a large number of registered drivers. To start your claim, you will need to be able to provide evidence that you have been issued with a PCN (for example payment of the fine, original PCN etc), and the name of the parking company and location of the private car park where the fine was given.

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Frequently asked questionsQuestions we are frequently asked by our users

Why should I make a data breach claim against the DVLA?

People have the right to expect that any personal data that they have shared with an organisation, such as the DVLA, is securely stored and handled. When data protection standards have fallen short, and in this case personal data has been sold which is prohibited under UK data protection law, you can make a claim for compensation. Any company that collects your data must complete a DPIA (Data Protection Impact Assessment) to ensure personal data is being lawfully used and processed and investigations have shown that this was not happening in this case. Whilst their privacy policy says that the DVLA might share data with private parking companies, this does not fit with the purpose for which the information was collected i.e., vehicle registration for taxation, licenses, etc.

Also, by passing data on to private parking companies to issue fines the DVLA is compromising the confidence and trust of registered drivers as well as breaking data protection law.

How do I make a DVLA data breach claim?

If you think you could have a valid DVLA data breach claim then get in touch with us and we will put you in contact with data breach experts who will make enquiries for you and confirm whether or not you have a valid claim worth pursuing.

We can put you in touch with legal experts who are putting together a group claim whereby the large number of drivers can be part of a collective claim for DVLA data breach compensation.

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