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* An updated list has been requested via FOI and is available on WhatDoTheyKnow  [http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/icos_lines_to_take]. There are now 177 LTTs.
 
* An updated list has been requested via FOI and is available on WhatDoTheyKnow  [http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/icos_lines_to_take]. There are now 177 LTTs.
* Work is currently in progress to transcribe the updated list of LTTs into a more structured format on FOIwiki, to enable the policies to be more easily interlinked with the other information on the site.
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* Work is currently in progress to transcribe the updated list of LTTs into a more structured format on FOIwiki, to enable the policies to be more easily interlinked with the other information on the site.
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* This is necessary if they are to be easily referred to, as the data was released by the ICO in PDF format, spanning 7 files of around 20-30MB each, with the text poorly OCR'ed.
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== List of LTTs on FOIwiki ==
 
== List of LTTs on FOIwiki ==
  

Revision as of 22:31, 3 September 2010

In January 2007, the ICO released via FOI [1] a number of their "Line to take" policy documents - these indicate how they approach certain types of complaints.

August 2010

  • An updated list has been requested via FOI and is available on WhatDoTheyKnow [2]. There are now 177 LTTs.
  • Work is currently in progress to transcribe the updated list of LTTs into a more structured format on FOIwiki, to enable the policies to be more easily interlinked with the other information on the site.
  • This is necessary if they are to be easily referred to, as the data was released by the ICO in PDF format, spanning 7 files of around 20-30MB each, with the text poorly OCR'ed.

List of LTTs on FOIwiki