Number of Pages:35
Date Created:November 19, 2013
Date Uploaded to the Library:November 08, 2013
Tags:Freedom of Information Act
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“Commercial requesters are individuals or groups who are involved in profit-making activity or who have a for-profit business interest in the requested information. Requesters in this category can be charged reasonable standard fees.” The first part of this sentence may not be accurate. Being involved in a profit making activity is far too broad unless the second part of the sentence is in play, that is, unless the disclosure will benefit the profit making activity. It is the intended purpose for which the information is requested that determines the fee status, not the employment activity or status of the requester unless there is a nexus between the intended use and the profit-making activity of the requester.
Thank you for all you do.
I’m going to make up copies till my printer burns up printing 8 things you can do now to help stop voter fraud. I’m going to do my part to put a stop to this shit.