Comments

Digital copy of an Article by Toby Chiang in the Jersey Evening Post titled Data Commissioner claims 'could undermine Inquiry'.

View C_D_AW13_A1_72.pdf | Download C_D_AW13_A1_72.pdf

Reference

C/D/AW13/A1/72

Date

May 14th 2016 - May 14th 2016

Scope and Content

Details the response of the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry to claims that it mishandled private data following the publication of a report presented to Chief Minister Ian Gorst by the Data Commissioner Emma Martins alleging that the personal privacy of child abuse victims had been compromised by the Inquiry's inadequate handling of information. Includes comments from a statement by the Inquiry regarding the likely effect of the report with regards undermining the work of the Inquiry. Also includes an article by Terry Neale titled Business must respond to changing demands.

Names

Brown, Tim
Cameron, Sandy, Professor
Chiang, Toby
Duffy, Jim
Gorst, Ian
Leslie, Alyson
Martins, Emma
McClure, Alexia
Neale, Terry
Oldham, Frances, QC
Pope, Matt, Dr
Tryggvason, Haraldur
Voisin, Gerald
Williams, Peter
Chamber of Commerce
Digital Jersey
Entrepreneurial Spark
Independent Jersey Care Inquiry
Jersey Evening Post
Jersey Finance
Jersey Post
Office of the Data Protection Commissioner
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Selfridges
States of Jersey
University College London
Voisins

Keywords

St Paul's Centre | United Kingdom | allegations | articles | child abuse | child protection | Children | children's services | data protection | evidence | IJCI | inquiries | investigations | Media | ministers | newscuttings | Newspapers | Photographs | Police | reports | reviews | witnesses

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

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2100

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