The UK are tightening up their data protection laws to make it easier for individuals to get hold of the information organisations hold on them and to get it deleted.
I think Paul Grundy (jwfacts) went through this with WT once and found it very time consuming and difficult.
Will WT now abide by the law and hand over or permanently delete the records it keeps when requested?
It would mean every UK exJW could have their report card info, personal file with age, sex, baptism date, judicial information, appointment/deletion/disfellowshipping dates, letters of disassociation, letters of recommendation when you move, phone number and address permanently removed. Anyone acting for the WT (elders) who retain this information, eg your phone number in their phone or the secretary keeping your historical monthly report details, will be in violation. Failure to comply will incur a fine.
Expect a letter to all BOE's any time soon explaining why this does not apply to them.