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Abortion protestors could be prosecuted

Anti-abortion protestors could face prosecution under the Island's data protection laws - after saying they'll use body cameras to film the public.

Representatives from UK lobby group Abort67 will be on the Island protesting outside Tynwald as the House of Keys discusses reforming the law this month.

On Facebook, they say they'll use body cameras to film the public after facing threats of violence.

But the Information Commissioner's office says doing so without registering under data protection rules would be illegal - and could lead to a fine of up to £5,000.

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