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- Is it likely to be reasonable to disclose CCTV footage showing third parties in response to a subject access request, without the consent of the third parties?
- Is the test for whether data processing causes substantial damage or substantial distress under s10(1)(a) Data Protection Act 1998 a subjective or objective test?
- Does legal advice given to a client, a party to a public enquiry, fall within the "legal proceedings" exemption?
- A request has been received from an individual asking us to release CCTV footage which the individual appears on. Is it reasonable to ask them to pay the costs associated with getting the CCTV edited by an external company?
- How is section 35 of the Data Protection Act 1998 compatible with sections 30, 40 and 41 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000?
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