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Freedom of Information Handbook 4th ed isbn 9781784460631

Freedom of Information Handbook 3rd ed

Edited by: Peter Carey, Robin Hopkins

ISBN13: 9781907698187
New Edition ISBN: 9781784460631
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781853286544
Published: November 2012
Publisher: Law Society Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £94.95



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The introduction of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 lead to numerous developments, particularly as a result of decisions made by the Information Commissioner, Information Tribunal and courts.

In January 2011, the Government announced a new package of measures. The third edition of this practical handbook examines these changes to provide an up-to-date, authoritative and straightforward overview of the law.

Comprehensively revised, it covers in detail:

  • clauses in the forthcoming Freedom Bill
  • the impact of the Freedom Bill on the use of data gathered by public authorities
  • important secondary legislation.
Written by a team of leading experts in the freedom of information field, the book is indispensable for public bodies’ legal officers and departments, freedom of information officers and solicitors advising clients with commercial or contractual interests affected by the Freedom of Information Act.

Subjects:
Human Rights and Civil Liberties, Data Protection
Contents:
1. Introduction and background to the law
2. Publication schemes
3. The right of access
4. Exemptions – absolute
5. Exemptions – qualified
6. Implications for the Private Sector
7. Freedom of information and the media
8. The relationship between freedom of information and data protection
9. The Environmental Information Regulations
10. Enforcement and appeals.