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Disclosure log - January 2011

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Request Ref: IRQ0367639
Date of Response: 28/01/2011
Request:
Where the ICO have provided advice to the Audit Commission that they must be registered in their own right I would like a copy of that advice please
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Request Ref: IRQ0367550
Date of Response: 28/01/2011
Request:
 I recently contacted TPS with a question (see extract below) and was directed to you. Can you therefore answer the following:

"...Finally, to demonstrate for me that registration with TPS is actually effective please provide a link to any website or documentation that shows me details of complaints that have been investigated and upheld and the outcomes and actions taken against those companies found to be in breach."
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Request Ref: IRQ0367360
Date of Response: 28/01/2011
Request:
 Could you please supply me, under FOIA 2000, with the following information:

1. The number of times individual police forces have reported serious data security breaches to your office over the last five years. Preferably this will be broken down by police force and description of the breach.

2. The number of times enforcement action has been taken against police forces in response to serious data security breaches. Preferably this will be broken down by police force and description of the action taken.
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Request Ref: IRQ0367166
Date of Response: 27/01/2011
Request
 Please could you provide the following information by email for last year (Jan 1st 2010 - Dec 31st 2010)?

  1. No of contacts / complaints /appeals the ICO received about Freedom of Information requests for Leicester City Council.
  2. No of contacts / complaints /appeals the ICO received about Freedom of Information requests for Leicester City Council which were closed without the ICO contacting Leicester City Council.
  3. Reference numbers of those Freedom of Information cases that the ICO contacted Leicester City Council about.
  4. No of contacts / complaints /appeals the ICO received about Data Protection requests for Leicester City Council.
  5. No of contacts / complaints /appeals the ICO received about Data Protection requests for Leicester City Council which were closed without the ICO contacting Leicester City Council.
  6. Reference numbers of those Data Protection cases that the ICO contacted Leicester City Council about.
  7. A copy of the latest ICO enforcement watch list for Freedom of Information.
  8. A copy of the latest ICO enforcement watch list for Data Protection.

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Request Ref:IRQ367923
Date of Response: 27/01/2011
Request:
 I made an FoI enquiry to the Information Commissioner http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/privacy_friendly_public_services#outgoing-100060 but was told it is nothing to do with him and is instead something to do with you.
Please provide copies as per that enquiry.
Please note that "replies" which involve attachments in proprietary file formats are not acceptable. A reply which is not in plain text format will be deemed to be a refusal to answer. It may be that a copy of a study cannot be provided in text form. In that case please contact me to arrange a suitable format.
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Request Ref:IRQ0368456
Date of Response: 27/01/2011
Request:
 Subject: Freedom of information: three years on December 2007, Continental Research Ltd conducted the Freedom of information
Can I please have copies of the responses to the above consultation from primary schools?
Subject: Stakeholder perception study Jigsaw Research and Critical Research March 2008
Can you please confirm whether any of the sample of stakeholders were primary schools? If so, could I please have a copy of the response?
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Request Ref: IRQ0365065
Date of Response: 17/01/2011
Request:
Under the Freedom of Information Act, please provide me with:
(a) All documents - including emails - submitted by your organisation to central government departments and/or government ministers, as part of the Coalition Government’s Comprehensive Spending Review since 12th May 2010.
This would include any letters, briefings or option papers prepared by your organisation outlining the impact that changes and/or reductions to its budget(s) may have on the service(s) you deliver.
(b) All documents - including emails - submitted by your organisation to central government departments or government ministers, as part of the Coalition Government’s Public Bodies Review since 12th May 2010.
This would also include any letters, briefings or option papers prepared by your organisation outlining the impact that reform or abolition would have on the services you deliver.
(c) Any revised business, explanatory papers, options papers or letters submitted by your organisation (including electronic communications) to central government departments or government ministers to accommodate changes to your organisation’s budgets following this year's Comprehensive Spending review.
(d) Any revised business, explanatory papers, options papers or letters submitted by your organisation (including electronic communications) to central government departments or government ministers to accommodate changes to your organisation’s structure following this year's Public Bodies Review.
(e) Any further correspondence (i) received by your organisation directly from ministers, or their offices, and (ii) sent to ministers, or their offices, regarding the affect of the (A) Comprehensive Spending Review and (B) Public Bodies Review on your organisation since 12 May 2010.
This would also include any written or electronic correspondence that details the process your organisation should follow in order to make such submissions to these reviews.
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Request Ref: IRQ0365760
Date of Response: 13/01/2011
Request:
In terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, please can you provide a list of:-
1. All public authorities that you, as the Office of the Information Commissioner, have listed ? Specifically those public organisations that are obliged to provide information in terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 ? Thank you.
2. Please can you advise if the Information Commissioner's Offices' list as in '1' above is 'definitive' ? Thank you.
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Request Ref: IRQ0364487
Date of Response: 11/01/2011
Request:
Please provide details of the number of occasions in the last three years, 2008, 2009, 2010 in which the University of Salford have refused a request for information and have been overruled by the Information Commissioner either in full or in part.
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Request Ref: IRQ365178
Date of Response: 10/01/2011
Request:
I understand that the Information Commissioner has the power, under section 51 (7) of the Data Protection Act 1998, to assess data controllers, with their consent, in order to advise on good practice and to check that appropriate procedures are being followed.

I am interested in how this power has been exercised over the last 12 months. Specifically, I would like to know how many organisations have been invited to consent to an audit in each of the last 12 months. If you were able to provide this information from your records, could it be broken down by sector? eg. energy and utilities, banking, retail, telecommunications, construction, public sector.

In addition, I would like to know how many organisations have agreed to this audit being undertaken. If possible, could these numbers be provided in the same way: by sector, and for each of the last 12 months.
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Request Ref: IRQ0365113
Date of Response: 07/01/2011
Request: I would like to receive a copy of any message published on the Information Commissioner's intranet, or circulated by internal
email, which was sent by or on behalf of the Information Commissioner Christopher Graham in 2010.
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