Friday, July 15, 2005

Information act 'working well' in Ulster

From the Belfast Telegraph:
"Assistant Information Commissioner Marie Anderson gave the upbeat assessment while reviewing the first six months since the new legislation took effect.Ms Anderson is in charge of the Ulster wing of the UK-wide Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), which adjudicates on complaints about public organisations turning down disclosure requests.There are 35 adjudications pending on such cases here, which works out as 3.2% of the UK's total."

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