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The Information Commissioner’s Office is the UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest, promoting openness by public bodies and data privacy for individuals.

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Equality and Diversity questionnaire Equality and diversity questionnaire

We have created a questionnaire to help us to produce a profile of our customers. We hope that this will make sure we provide an accessible service for all. It contains nine questions and we estimate that it should take no longer than five minutes to complete.
All information is confidential. The information you provide is anonymous and cannot be linked to you personally.

You can complete the equality and diversity questionnaire online or download a print version. For more information, read our Equality and diversity page.

 


Guidance index replaces document library Guidance index replaces document library

We've launched our guidance index, which replaces the document library as a resource for organisations on the website. We hope you like the changes.

The changes are a direct result of user research that showed, among other things, that users want to view a full list of our guidance for organisations in one place on the website but that the document library was a confusing tool with too many irrelevant documents and unclear headings.

Read about the changes in more detail


'What price privacy now?' report 'What price privacy?' report

In 2006 the ICO laid two special reports before Parliament. 'What price privacy?' and its follow up report 'What price privacy now?' uncovered an extensive illegal trade in confidential information, also known as blagging. The report made recommendations to government and industry in an effort to halt a serious threat to individuals’ privacy.

Phone hacking is a matter for the police but the act of blagging personal information is an offence under section 55 of the Data Protection Act.

Read the ICO's 'What price privacy?' report and our follow up 'What price privacy now?' report