Received on 12 November 2017
From: British Council [mailto:IGDisclosures@britishcouncil.org]
Sent: 12 November 2017 06:57
Subject: Form submission from: Information Request Form
Please may I request a copy of your policy that deals with employees use of British Council email accounts for personal use. I would imagine that this will be dealt with in your IT use policy and/or data protection policy.
I don't mind if you send the whole policy and I have to dig to find what I'm looking for, whatever is easiest for. I appreciate you are very busy.
Responded on 22 November 2017
Sent: 22 November 2017 16:17
Subject: RE: Request for information (FOI_2017_74)
Case Reference: FOI_2017_74
22 November 2017
Thank you for your request for information dated 12 November 2017 concerning our policy on the use of British Council email accounts for personal use. Your request has been handled under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2000 and has been passed to me for reply.
Please find attached two extracts from our ‘Acceptable use of IT systems’ policy, which provide guidance on the reasonable and appropriate use of email.
I hope the information provided has been useful.
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Information Governance Advisor (Disclosures)
Information Governance and Risk Management
58 Whitworth Street
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