Private use of social media advice provided to employees
James Smith made this Freedom of Information request to WA Department of the Attorney General as part of a batch sent to 204 authorities
This request has been closed to new correspondence from the public body. Contact us if you think it ought be re-opened.
Dear WA Department of the Attorney General,
This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act.
I request documents related to the ten most recent instances where an employee has sought information, advice, guidance, or opinion on their social media use in a private capacity.
I limit the scope of documents to:
- the original request from the employee
- the agency/department's response
- any follow-up questions and response
- only those sent to a relevant HR / conduct / social media (or similar) team (rather than managers across all areas of the organisation)
- where the original request was created in the last 2 years
Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.
Good morning Mr Smith
Your request for documents is not valid under the provisions of the
Western Australia Freedom of Information Act 1992 (FOI Act).
Section 12 of the FOI Act requires an Applicant to give an address in
Australia to which notices under this Act can be sent and to pay the
required $30.00 application fee to register a non-personal application.
David Young | Information Officer | Corporate Services
Department of Justice | Public Access Level 9 141 St George’s Tce PERTH WA
t: 9264 1133 | f: 9481 8504 | | w: www.justice.wa.gov.au
Locutus Sum left an annotation ()
Mostly I classify a response like this one to say "clarification requested" because the agency has told the applicant that some more information (and money!) is needed before the request will be processed. This time, I have put the response in the category of "refused" because it is two months when the agency has responded and the applicant has not made a follow-up. This does not mean that the agency will refuse the request when an application is made in the correct (required) way and although I have made the classification of "refused", the applicant can use this same request page if he wishes to pursue the request.