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If you are worried about the information being used to commit a crime, isn't
the law enforcement s31 (1) (a) exemption also arguably appropriate here as
well as s40 personal data?  Disclosure likely to prejudice the prevention of
crime.


Ray Cooke

www.brookes.ac.uk


On 9 June 2011 14:19, Simon Howarth <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> This is an interesting one as the expenditure is probably reasonable to
> release, but I agree that card and individuals’ details may not be
> appropriate to release on security grounds. I wonder if an exemption like
> information provided in confidence may be relevant (really not sure off the
> top of my head), but essentially if you knowingly compromise a card or
> account, then you are being negligent and I would suggest that the terms and
> conditions associated with an account may well constitute that the
> information and card has been provided in confidence.
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> You could provide a list of expenditure perhaps mapped to salary grade,
> which would provide what they bought but only what grade bought it not
> whomever is involved?
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> Just a thought.
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> Simon Howarth.
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> *Sent:* 08 June 2011 10:32
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> *Subject:* Re: [data-protection] Credit Card Holders - Personal Data?
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> Hi Steve
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> This is what we said re the card holders:
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> At Scottish Borders Council, Corporate Credit Cards have only been issued
> to the Directors of each Department and the Chief Executive.  It is very
> rare that the card holders physically use the credit card to make
> purchases.
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> It is standard practice that the cards are usually used by administrative
> officers, with the authorisation of the card holder and budget holder, to
> make purchases over the internet, that are necessary to the delivery of
> council services, and (or) to take advantage of discounts available online.
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> Doreen
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> *From:* This list is for those interested in Data Protection issues
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] *On Behalf Of *Cotterill, Steve
> *Sent:* 08 June 2011 10:18
> *To:* [log in to unmask]
> *Subject:* Credit Card Holders - Personal Data?
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> Hi,
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> We are receiving many FOI requests for details of purchase card expenditure
> and names of card users.
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> Just using common sense I am against giving out names of users because
> there is other information already in the public domain that could quickly
> be used to to enable someone to pretend they are that card user (name and
> address of Council, Signatories on the account - it wouldn't take a genius
> to work this out). In fact the only thing they won't have is the actual
> card/card number. The FOI officer wants to release the post-holders titles
> rather than the names. However again having the post title you can quickly
> find out the name of the post-holder and therefore I believe it means it is
> personal data and therefore can be exempt from release or am I being too
> simplistic?
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> For example Mr Joe Bloggs, Works at Broxtowe Borough Council, Has post
> title of Admin officer and has access to Council Credit Card = personal
> data?
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> Any thoughts appreciated.
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> Steve
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