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PL&B FOI E-news, Issue 47

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Government adopts narrow scope in extending the FOI Act FOI Campaign criticises ICO for severe delays 1. Government adopts narrow scope in extending the FOI Act The Government has finally, 18 months after the close of the consultation period,...

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PL&B FOI E-news, Issue 46

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02/07/2009 by:

Tribunal upholds ICO on withholding disciplinary details ICO publishes report on ministerial veto New ICO strategy emphasises routine publication of documents and efficiency New study 1. Tribunal upholds ICO on withholding disciplinary details Thi...

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PL&B UK E-news, Issue 92

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22/07/2009 by:

FSA fines HSBC over £3m for data loss 1. FSA fines HSBC over £3m for data loss The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has today announced that it has fined three HSBC firms over £3 million for not having adequate DP systems and controls in place....

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PL&B UK E-news, Issue 91

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10/07/2009 by:

New notification fees from October New Privacy Notices Code of Practice New Privacy Impact Assessment handbook now available Government commits to encryption 1. New notification fees from October Notification fee regulations, laid before Parliamen...

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PL&B International E-news, Issue 87

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17/07/2009 by:

Germany amends data protection law French “three strikes” law unconstitutional Swedish privacy party elects Member of European Parliament 1. Germany amends data protection law On 10th July, the second chamber of Germany’s legislature passed...

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