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From: "John Brown" <>
Subject: Re: [Lon] 1911 census
Date: Sun, 11 Jul 2004 21:26:42 +0100
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"Peter" <> wrote :
> Personally I believe it would be totally wrong and immoral to release it
> early. It would set a bad precedent, when people have been guaranteed that
> information given on Census returns is confidential, and no data should be
> available that will enable identification of living individuals.
> I agree there will after 100 years be a very few living people affected,
> 100 years is the figure agreed and must be adhered to.
Sorry Peter, but ityf that no guarantee of a specific period of closure was
included in census documents until 1981. The closure period for earlier
census information is entirely at the discretion of the Government.
See the url I posted a few minutes ago.
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