Freedom of Information Act 2000

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 allows for information held by governmental agencies and other bodies to be freely accessible to the UK public, businesses and journalists. There are various questions surrounding the act, including which organisations it affects, what it requires of those organisations when it comes to a Freedom of Information Act 2000 request for data retrieval, and how the request process can better your data storage systems.

In these interviews, find out what the Freedom of Information Act 2000 asks of UK public bodies in terms of data retrieval and classification, as well as how to use an FoI request to improve data classification in your storage systems.

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The Freedom of Information Act 2000 and data storage

Find out what the Freedom of Information Act 2000 requires of UK public bodies and their data storage, and what that means for their data classification and data retrieval practices.

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 and data retrieval

Find out what the Freedom of Information Act 2000 requires in terms of data retrieval and how to use an FoI request to improve data classification in your storage systems.