NEW FOI Podcast – Episode 27

In this episode Ibrahim Hasan discusses FOI developments and decisions during September and December 2011. This includes Commissioner and Tribunal decisions on:

  • Information in private e mails
  • Section 11 and providing summaries
  • Vexatious requests
  • Empty properties
  • The Qualfied Person’s Opinion
  • And disclosure of statistics

There is also a quick review of recent developments in the world of transparency and FOI. Click here to listen.

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One Response to NEW FOI Podcast – Episode 27

  1. ALAN M DRANSFIELD says:

    Judge Wikeley’s decision on Dransfield V ICO&DCC GIA/3037/2011 is at best UNSAFE and at worst designed to protect ROGUE PA’s
    There is breaking news the Devon County Council do NOT even own the FOIA subject hence the last 4 years Legal Battle by the ICO&DCC has been a complete waste of time and should NOT have been entertained by the ICO.
    Whether ofr NOT Judge Wikeley will have balls to withdraw his UNSAFE decision remains to be seen.

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