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“Deeply disappointing” information bill “weaker than Conservatives’ openness code”

The Campaign for Freedom of Information said it was deeply disappointed by the government’s draft Freedom of Information (FoI) bill published today. [1]  “This is not just a major retreat from the government’s own white paper. In key areas the bill is weaker than the openness code introduced by the Conservatives” it said.

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“Unacceptable commercial exploitation” of Hansard and Statutes denies the public Internet access

The public is being denied access to Hansard and to Britain’s laws on the Internet because of HMSO’s policy of commercially exploiting Crown and Parliamentary copyright, says the Campaign for Freedom of Information. The Campaign wants HMSO to waive this “unacceptable” restriction and permit free on-line access to these essential materials And it warns that

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