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Comments for Connecticut Freedom of Information Law Blog http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer by Attorney Mark Dumas Wed, 21 Apr 2010 21:55:14 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.2.1 Comment on Cops call for more privacy protection by Connecticut FOI Blog | Bill about FOI exemption pits clerks vs. cops | Connecticut Lawyer & Attorney Mark Dumas | Bridgeport, Bristol, Danbury, Fairfield, Hartford, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Britain, New Haven, New London, Norwalk, Stamford, Tolland, http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/2009/03/police-officers-call-for-more/#comment-10 Connecticut FOI Blog | Bill about FOI exemption pits clerks vs. cops | Connecticut Lawyer & Attorney Mark Dumas | Bridgeport, Bristol, Danbury, Fairfield, Hartford, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Britain, New Haven, New London, Norwalk, Stamford, Tolland, Wed, 21 Apr 2010 21:55:14 +0000 http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/?p=83#comment-10 [...] or the other.  Last March I wrote on the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association police efforts to close this privacy loophole.  I’m penciling in another post for March [...] [...] or the other.  Last March I wrote on the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association police efforts to close this privacy loophole.  I’m penciling in another post for March [...] ]]> Comment on Four month wait for records is too long by Record finder http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/2009/09/four-month-wait-for-records-is-too-long/#comment-29 Record finder Thu, 17 Sep 2009 15:51:47 +0000 http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/?p=271#comment-29 Working for a government department I often have to respond to FOI requests. Things would change from state to state but there will be some free categories of request in SA these are MPs, students,pensioners etc and they get $1000 worth of service free. Total costs. Working for a government department I often have to respond to FOI requests. Things would change from state to state but there will be some free categories of request in SA these are MPs, students,pensioners etc and they get $1000 worth of service free. Total costs. ]]> Comment on OMG! Are text messages public records? by Freedom of Information Law Blog | Record retention another concern for text messages | Connecticut Lawyer & Attorney Mark Dumas | Bridgeport, Bristol, Danbury, Fairfield, Hartford, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Britain, New Haven, New London, Norwalk, St http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/2009/03/omg-are-text-messages-public-records/#comment-16 Freedom of Information Law Blog | Record retention another concern for text messages | Connecticut Lawyer & Attorney Mark Dumas | Bridgeport, Bristol, Danbury, Fairfield, Hartford, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Britain, New Haven, New London, Norwalk, St Thu, 17 Sep 2009 03:40:36 +0000 http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/?p=124#comment-16 [...] written before about text messages as public records. We know that text messages are — at least in some circumstances — public records under [...] [...] written before about text messages as public records. We know that text messages are — at least in some circumstances — public records under [...] ]]> Comment on Lessons from an FOI frequent flier by @FOI Blog: An FOI frequent flier | Attorney Mark Dumas http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/2009/09/lessons-from-an-foi-frequent-flier/#comment-30 @FOI Blog: An FOI frequent flier | Attorney Mark Dumas Wed, 16 Sep 2009 14:29:14 +0000 http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/?p=274#comment-30 [...] Continue reading “An FOI frequent flier” [...] [...] Continue reading “An FOI frequent flier” [...] ]]> Comment on Four month wait for records is too long by @FOI Blog: Four month wait for records is too long | Attorney Mark Dumas http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/2009/09/four-month-wait-for-records-is-too-long/#comment-28 @FOI Blog: Four month wait for records is too long | Attorney Mark Dumas Tue, 15 Sep 2009 16:24:35 +0000 http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/?p=271#comment-28 [...] Continue Reading “Four month wait for records is too long” [...] [...] Continue Reading “Four month wait for records is too long” [...] ]]> Comment on FOI on the 4th of July! by @FOI Blog: FOI on the 4th of July! | Attorney Mark Dumas http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/2009/09/foi-on-the-4th-of-july/#comment-27 @FOI Blog: FOI on the 4th of July! | Attorney Mark Dumas Tue, 15 Sep 2009 03:00:10 +0000 http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/?p=264#comment-27 [...] Continue reading “FOI on the 4th of July!” [...] [...] Continue reading “FOI on the 4th of July!” [...] ]]> Comment on How not to use your city email address by @FOI Blog: City email use | Attorney Mark Dumas http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/2009/09/how-not-to-use-your-city-email-address/#comment-26 @FOI Blog: City email use | Attorney Mark Dumas Sun, 13 Sep 2009 04:04:54 +0000 http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/?p=251#comment-26 [...] Continue reading “How not to use your city email address” [...] [...] Continue reading “How not to use your city email address” [...] ]]> Comment on Two weeks until Sunshine Week by Rell asks legislature for more detailed information in sex offender registry website | Attorney Mark Dumas http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/2009/03/two-weeks-until-sunshine-week/#comment-9 Rell asks legislature for more detailed information in sex offender registry website | Attorney Mark Dumas Fri, 11 Sep 2009 18:53:21 +0000 http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/?p=71#comment-9 [...] we found out that Connecticut stumbled into a 37th place finish in the Sunshine Week survey about online access to public records.  But there is hope for the Nutmeg State when it [...] [...] we found out that Connecticut stumbled into a 37th place finish in the Sunshine Week survey about online access to public records.  But there is hope for the Nutmeg State when it [...] ]]> Comment on Connecticut tied for 37th in Sunshine Week survey on availability of online records by Rell asks legislature for more detailed information in sex offender registry website | Attorney Mark Dumas http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/2009/03/connecticut-tied-for-37th-in-sunshine-week-survey-on-availability-of-online-records/#comment-24 Rell asks legislature for more detailed information in sex offender registry website | Attorney Mark Dumas Fri, 11 Sep 2009 18:53:02 +0000 http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/?p=155#comment-24 [...] we found out that Connecticut stumbled into a 37th place finish in the Sunshine Week survey about online access to public records.  But there is hope for the [...] [...] we found out that Connecticut stumbled into a 37th place finish in the Sunshine Week survey about online access to public records.  But there is hope for the [...] ]]> Comment on Two weeks until Sunshine Week by Connecticut tied for 37th in Sunshine Week survey on availability of online records | Attorney Mark Dumas http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/2009/03/two-weeks-until-sunshine-week/#comment-8 Connecticut tied for 37th in Sunshine Week survey on availability of online records | Attorney Mark Dumas Fri, 11 Sep 2009 18:52:17 +0000 http://connecticutattorneyatlaw.com/freedomofinformationlawyer/?p=71#comment-8 [...] survey was prepared as part of this year’s Sunshine Week.  The Sunshine Week Committee’s full report goes into more detail, but here is what it has [...] [...] survey was prepared as part of this year’s Sunshine Week.  The Sunshine Week Committee’s full report goes into more detail, but here is what it has [...] ]]>