Resorting to personal attacks by the PIlotAware fan club maybe one tactic to get the thread locked and stop those difficult questions but answering them may be more productive?
Why not crack on and answer the some of these asked of you then?
My take on the matter is that if the CAA did not release personal information in G-INFO, then it wouldn't matter if the curtain twitchers get aircraft information from ADSB, Flarm, PAW or with their binoculars. That would improve safety, according to your view, wouldn't it.
I understand, but happy to be corrected, that the correlation and publication of a registration database is an ICAO requirement on a member state?
My challenge, is about the use and distribution of surveillance data for non-operational purposes. FR24, PlaneFinder etc. allow me to request the suppression and sharing of my identity and position in their public fronting systems. FLARM also allow the suppression of flight identity if a user selects. As I mentioned previously, for a variety of reasons, some misguided IMHO, but increasing number of pilots would appear to be choosing to not transmit any electronic parameters from their airframe with the associated safety dis-benefit.
In order to buck this trend not only must the regulatory authorities be held to account and transparent in their use of official sources of data with regard to infringements and the like, but the private companies popping up that receive, process, sell and display this data must also be held account for their correct behaviour in this regard. Hence my questions to you and the PilotAware team.
Edited to add a link to my unanswered questions to the PilotAware team. https://forums.flyer.co.uk/viewtopic.php?p=1844569#p1844569