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Judges could determine the outcome of some information rights tribunal cases on their own in future under just-published proposals. 19 Aug 2014
Many public authorities in Scotland are failing to respond quickly enough to requests for information, the Scottish Information Commissioner's Office (SICO) has said. 08 Aug 2014
Struan Robertson, Editor of OUT-LAW, interviewed David Smith on 9th January 2006. Mr Smith assumed the role of Deputy Commissioner with the Information Commissioner's Office on 16th January 2006....
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Struan Robertson, Editor of OUT-LAW, interviewed Information Commissioner Richard Thomas on 24 June 2003. It was first published in in the Autumn 2003 issue of the OUT-LAW magazine. I think it's on...
Public bodies defending a decision to withhold information requested under freedom of information (FOI) laws can submit evidence to an information rights tribunal in secret, the Court of Appeal has ruled. 04 Aug 2014
Public bodies must generally adhere to individuals' requests for information to be provided in a specific electronic format under freedom of information (FOI) laws, the Court of Appeal in London has ruled. 01 Aug 2014
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