Having carefully reviewed the evidence currently available we have concluded that there is no evidence to support a charge of manslaughter and that although there is some evidence to warrant further investigation of offences under the Data Protection Act 1988 and the Communications Act 2003, no further investigation is required because any potential prosecution would not be in the public interest.
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