David Dalgarno was quoted in the November 19 issue of Financial News. Mr. Dalgarno commented on conflicting nature of the Data Protection Act and the N2 rule. The Data Protection Act gives employees the right to see employee records, and the new N2 rule appears to require banks (employers) to keep detailed and potentially defamatory records on employees. He called the situation "Catch-22." Employers are suppose to record comprehensive reports on employees' competence (and incompetence) yet show those records to the employee during and after employment.