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SC Magazine reports that pending new pan-Europe legislation will decrease revenues for the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), meaning that it will likely change the way it handles casework and enquiries. An ICO spokesperson says this will allow the office to “identify and address wider compliance issues, and only where appropriate, to address individual concerns.” A consultation document titled “Looking Ahead, Staying Ahead: Towards a 2020 Vision for Information Rights” outlines the planned changes to the regime, including coordinating more with other organisations and regulators, the report states. The consultation is open for comment through 7 February.
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