FOI Update Podcast (May 2012)

In this episode Ibrahim discusses FOI developments and decisions from the first quarter of 2012 including those concerning:

  • When deleted information is held
  • Private emails and text messages
  • Vexatious requests
  • Employment Tribunal statistics
  • Section 30
  • Social work records of the deceased
  • Senior officers interests
  • Job application information
  • Tender pricing Information

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

We have a few places left on our upcoming ISEB courses in London and Manchester.

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  • London: starting 19th June
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We also have a NEW workshop – PRACTICAL FOI (with @foiman)

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