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Posts Tagged ‘Information Commissioner’s Officce’

Council spending on the Olympic torch relay: where did the money go?

Council spending on the Olympic torch relay: where did the money go?

Collaborative investigation site Help Me Investigate has compiled data which shows how council spending on the Olympic torch relay breaks down.

As councils publish slashed budgets for the …

NHS reform risk report veto is sign of freedom of information downgrade, says watchdog

NHS reform risk report veto is sign of freedom of information downgrade, says watchdog

Blocking the publication of a report into the risks of NHS reforms is a sign that ministers want to downgrade freedom of information laws, a watchdog …

ICO’s shady press tactics revealed by FoIA

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) faces embarrassment today as emails released under FoIA show that it tried to “bury” an unpopular decision among others.

The watchdog Privacy International had raised concerns that Internet Eyes, a website that streamed live CCTV …