Update on recent Tribunal decisions part 1: the evolving approach to vexatiousness and manifest unreasonableness – Panopticon

Posted November 5th, 2012 in disclosure, freedom of information, investigatory powers, news, reasons by sally

“In recent months, the major information law issues have involved the government’s vetoing disclosure of the Prince Charles ‘black spider’ letters, its response to the draft new EU Data Protection Regulation, a number of Article 8 decisions concerning police and criminal records and changes to RIPA. On this last point, note that as of last Thursday, local authorities require a magistrate’s approval for authorising directed surveillance.”

Full story

Panopticon, 4th November 2012

Source: www.panopticonblog.com