We have received a SAR from as ex-employee requesting copies of emails.
We have already provided the data subject with hard copies of these emails (they picked them up in person), four months ago. They have now requested them again.
Is this deemed as a reasonable time period between requests? The data requested has not changed. I know the ICO states requests can be made at ‘reasonable intervals’ but I am not sure what this means.
If I refuse to supply how would I word any such “I won’t disclose again because” paragraph’?
Any comments appreciated.
Procurement & Technical Officer
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