News stories posted during June 2007

PL&B FOI E-news, Issue 27

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25/06/2007 by:

Scottish Commissioner orders release of contract information FOI applies to civil servants’ advice to ministers Councils not obliged to release retirement details 1. Scottish Commissioner orders release of contract information The Scottish...

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PL&B FOI E-news, Issue 26

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05/06/2007 by:

Government to appeal against Information Tribunal’s decision on ID cards MPs vote to exempt themselves from FOI Act 1. Government to appeal against Information Tribunal’s decision on ID cards The Information Tribunal has supported the Information...

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PL&B UK E-news, Issue 60

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22/06/2007 by:

Orange and Littlewoods found in breach of DP Act The ICO is getting tougher. The Information Commissioner, Richard Thomas will be launching his consultation on his ‘New strategy and new priorities for Data Protection and Freedom of Information’ at...

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PL&B UK E-news, Issue 59

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12/06/2007 by:

Three men sent to prison for data protection related offence People are willing to pay for better privacy 1. Three men sent to prison for data protection related offence Leeds Crown Court sentenced three men to prison on 8 June for their involveme...

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PL&B International E-news, Issue 57

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28/06/2007 by:

The Art. 29 Data Protection Working Party discusses SWIFT, search engines’ retention policies and the definition of “personal data” Argentina appoints a new Data Protection Commissioner 1. The Art. 29 Data Protection Working Party discusses SWIFT,...

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PL&B International E-news, Issue 56

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15/06/2007 by:

Privacy International criticises web company’s privacy policies Spain’s largest ever data protection law fine European Commission reviews Argentina’s adequacy status 1. Privacy International criticises web company’s privacy policies Privacy...

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PL&B International E-news, Issue 55

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06/06/2007 by:

Dubai’s Data Protection Commissioner demands registration by 30th June  1. Dubai’s Data Protection Commissioner demands registration by 30th June Dubai is moving quickly to put its data protection regime fully into effect. First came the law (PL&B...

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