Sunday, 14 October 2012

Nominet chair apologises for trying to mislead members

Nominet chair rebuts “skewed and inaccurate” whistleblower claims | DomainIncite - Domain Name News & Opinion: "UK government officials and Nominet executives had been communicating via private email accounts, apparently in order to avoid Freedom of Information Act requirements. One Nominet email from 2008 provided to DI signed off with “It feels wonderful to work free from fear of FOI !!”
It is for this email that Fritchie appears to be apologizing. She wrote:
We would however like to apologise for the embarrassment caused to members by an inappropriate suggestion, made in an email from a Nominet employee, that information could or should be deleted by officials to avoid an anticipated Freedom of Information request." 'via Blog this'

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