Access Ruling Hailed As Win

A court ruling that federal agencies have no right to charge the public for releasing most public records will have a far-reaching effect on access to information, says the Office of the Information Commissioner. A federal judge ruled that charges running to thousands of dollars were disallowed by regulation: “We need more decisions like this”.

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