What is the problem?
However it is not clear why data is sent unencrypted, with no effort made to protect customer data from interception, when adding encryption is so simple and inexpensive, and specifically recommended by Jersey’s Information Commissioner.
For context, imagine a car dealer saying that driving is not 100% safe, and removing all airbags, seatbelts, and other safety devices from your car because they do not guarantee your safety. Time for a rethink.
Prior to public disclosure, notification about any privacy or security issues discovered were sent by email to the operator of this website on 4th August 2018, using either an email address publicly discoverable on the site, or the RFC 2142 standards compliant address "webmaster@..." if no public email address was provided.
At time of posting the issue had not yet been resolved.