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Posts Tagged ‘Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)’

Vulnerable to be most hurt in support cuts, 30% of US veterans treated for Post-traumatic stress disorder and ICO rejects appeal to publish Kelly photos

Vulnerable to be hurt most by ‘inhumane’ support cuts

Councils have been accused of leaving elderly and disabled people to fend for themselves, as research by The Independent reveals that the vast majority have abandoned support for all but the …

The day in FoIA: data breaches, police abuse and the Tate Modern’s turbine

Data breaches 10 times worse, say ICO figures

Data breaches in the UK have increased tenfold in the past five years, figures from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) reveal.

In local government the increase was 1,609% and within the NHS …

Number of animals used in University of Leeds testing revealed

Number of animals used in University of Leeds testing revealed   

Almost 17,000 animals were used in medical experiments conducted by the University of Leeds last year – and most of them were killed.

A Freedom of Information request submitted by …

Gove contests ICO’s private email release order

Education Secretary Michael Gove is challenging an order from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) to release material from his private email account, leading to fears over the future strength of freedom of information laws.

The government has been considering an …