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08/07/2010

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I'm FOI Officer for a county council. When we receive requests of the "email addresses and contact details for your head of Finance, head of IT, etc." we always ask the affected employees if they would like us to issue a s10 (DPA) notice on their behalf. Usually they say yes, as they don't want to be spammed with emails/tel. calls from companies trying to sell them stuff. So, when we send the response, we attach a s10 notice, addressed to the requestor, advising them that the individuals within the response are objecting to their personal data being used for marketing. Seems to work, as we've never had a colleague subsequently tell us that they've received marketing as a result of the disclosure.

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