Emails to DPMC on "Fact Check" terrorism report
The request was refused by Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
From: Culley Palmer
Dear Australian Broadcasting Corporation,
Please consider this a request under the Freedom of Information Act
The documents I seek are emails sent between the ABC and the Department of The Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) during the preparations of a particular "FactCheck" report titled "Fact file: Five facts about terrorism in Australia" which was published on the ABC website today, 25 February 2015.
Here is a link to the report:
To narrow the scope, please only search for emails between ABC and DPMC dated 1st January 2015 - 25th February 2015.
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request be waived on the grounds that the release of this
information is in the public interest.
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