A new decision this week by the Information Commissioner's Office represents a significant victory for the FOI requesters' website whatdotheyknow.com in its battles with the few public authorities that object to its mode of operation - in this case, the House of Commons.
The ICO has ruled that the House has to comply with a freedom of information request submitted through whatdotheyknow, even though it means that its response will be automatically published on that website. Full article: http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/opensecrets/2010/06/victory_for_whatdotheyknow_web.html
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