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How confidential is our personal information?

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ID TheftThat was the title of a PAG presentation in January 2008. At the time we were concerned about organisations' ability to secure all the electronic data about individuals that was being amassed. Risks, actual and potential, that our data may be misused or mislaid were discussed. Our report of the meeting went on to say: 

'Recognising that it would be impractical to seek to hold back advances in information technology, the meeting called for the Government to establish a straightforward and readily enforceable regime that promptly penalised inadequate data protection or misuse. Such a regime should ensure that all government agencies and commercial organisations requiring clients to reveal private personal data should be deterred from allowing it to be used for purposes not originally agreed or failing to safeguard it from falling into unauthorised hands.

 

Mark Solly on abolition of the ARI

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Mark Solly and Paul Moulton

Abolition of ARI: Paul Moulton interviews Mark Solly, the Islands former Assessor of Income Tax.

Following last months PAG meeting, Paul Moulton interviewed Mark Solly on what he sees as a tax gap arising out of the government plan to abolish ARI (Attribution Regime for Individuals). Please click on the link above to watch the interview.

 

Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander (Isle of Man) Depositors Action Group Press Release

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Re: Tynwald Select Committee Final Report on Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander (Isle of Man) Limited(“KSFIOM”)

The Third (Final) Report of the Tynwald Select Committee on KSFIOM (the “Committee”), which is now available for consultation is tabled for presentation at next week's sitting of Tynwald.

While the Report essentially concerns the events following the collapse of KSFIOM on 8 October 2008 and the credibility of the Depositors Compensation Scheme, it also reiterates the conclusions of the First (Interim) Reporton the events leading up to the collapse of KSFIOM.

 

PAG comments on the introduction of the Freedom of Information Bill 2011

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No FOI
In its Strategic Plan 2007-2011 the Government made a commitment to "provide to the public right of access to government information".
When Chief Minister Brown took the Freedom of Information Bill 2011 to a first reading in the final sitting of Keys (28.06.11) he felt he had honoured the promise made 4 years earlier.

The Manx public is not fooled by this piece of political chicanery. 
 

Report on Criminal Justice Bill - what debate?

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Voting for incompetence...

 


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