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(1)Personal data falling within paragraph (e) of the definition of “data” in section 1(1) are exempt from—
(a)the first, second, third, fifth, seventh and eighth data protection principles,
(b)the sixth data protection principle except so far as it relates to the rights conferred on data subjects by sections 7 and 14,
(c)sections 10 to 12,
(d)section 13, except so far as it relates to damage caused by a contravention of section 7 or of the fourth data protection principle and to any distress which is also suffered by reason of that contravention,
(e)Part III, and
(2)Personal data which fall within paragraph (e) of the definition of “data” in section 1(1) and relate to appointments or removals, pay, discipline, superannuation or other personnel matters, in relation to—
(a)service in any of the armed forces of the Crown,
(b)service in any office or employment under the Crown or under any public authority, or
(c)service in any office or employment, or under any contract for services, in respect of which power to take action, or to determine or approve the action taken, in such matters is vested in Her Majesty, any Minister of the Crown, the National Assembly for Wales, any Northern Ireland Minister (within the meaning of the Freedom of Information Act 2000) or any public authority,
are also exempt from the remaining data protection principles and the remaining provisions of Part II.]
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