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Your landlord has your personal details due to his position of landlord and therefore you should strongly warn him in writing that you are aware that he is discussing your personal information with third parties and warn him that should he not stop with immediate effect he will be breaching your rights under the data protection regulations and you will be reporting him to the ICO and will seek compensation for any damages suffered as a result of his conduct. Request that he confirms in writing that your personal information and circumstances are not divulged to any third party withour seeking your consent.
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If you know that he has then you tell him that he has already breached your data rights and that you are reporting him as he has put your safety and security in danger. damages sought could be for him to get you moved elsewhere at his cost as he would have put you in this situation. If you are speculating and do not know that he has done so I would suggest giving him the warning.
Yes you can as you feel insecure and that your satefy is compromised. The police will advise if they think it is necessary at this stage to take action.