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19Sep
2014

OIPC requires public bodies to disclose non-responsive information

Two recent decisions of the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner have called into question the practice of many public bodies in how they treat non-responsive information located within records that are responsive to an access to information request (Orders F14-32 and F14-31). In both cases, the public body had redacted excerpts from responsive records on the basis that such excerpts were not responsive to the request and, therefore, outside of the scope of request.

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