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Dear European Data Protection Supervisor,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:
Who directs & structures the administration of the Information Commissioners & that they are not acting independently like biased Call centres allowing injustice to continue.
Surely collaboration with those in Justice sector not structured like biased call centres could assist in making statuatory, compensation for those wronged & have caused wastage of time trying to address.With those fully qualified resolving till the persons issues addressed & publicly revealed ..

Yours faithfully,

Julie Shrive

European Data Protection Supervisor, Supervisor Europeo de Protección de Datos

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Dear Ms Shrive

 

I am writing in reply to your email of 24 October 2014 to the European
Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS), regarding access to documents
containing information about who directs and structures the administration
of the Information Commissioners.

 

The EDPS was set up under [1]Regulation (EC) No 45/2001. The Regulation
establishes the EDPS as an independent supervisory authority tasked with
ensuring that all EU institutions and bodies comply with the data
protection rules set out in the Regulation. The primary role of the EDPS,
therefore, is to deal with supervision of the processing of personal data
by the European Union's institutions and bodies.

 

In addition to this, the EDPS advises the EU institutions and bodies on
new EU legislative proposals and initiatives relating to the protection of
personal data, and we cooperate with relevant actors in the field.

 

The European Parliament, the Council and the Commission determine by
common accord the regulations and general conditions governing the
performance of the European Data Protection Supervisor's duties. The
European budget authority ensures that the European Data Protection
Supervisor is provided with the human and financial resources necessary
for the performance of his tasks. The EDPS budget is shown in a separate
budget heading in Section VIII of the general budget of the European
Union.

 

National Data Protection Authorities (DPAs) perform the same task as the
EDPS, but at a Member State level. Just as the EDPS ensures that the
European institutions and bodies comply with EU data protection
legislation, the national DPAs are responsible for ensuring that their
respective Member States comply with EU and national data protection
legislation. Each DPA is headed by an Information Commissioner or
equivalent.

 

DPAs are organised at the national level. The national DPAs are therefore
independent from the EU institutions and bodies and therefore do not fall
under the supervisory competence of the EDPS.

 

If you would like to raise your concerns with one of the national DPAs,
you will find their contact details on the following webpage:
[2]http://ec.europa.eu/justice/data-protect...

 

Kind regards

 

  Courtenay Mitchell
Information and Communication

Tel. +32 2 283 19 00 | Fax +32 2 283 19 50

 

European Data Protection Supervisor
Postal address: Rue Wiertz 60, B-1047 Brussels
Office address: Rue Montoyer 30, B-1000 Brussels

 [3]@EU_EDPS    [4]www.edps.europa.eu

 

This email (and any attachment) may contain information that is internal
or confidential. Unauthorised access, use or other processing is not
permitted. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender
by reply and then delete all copies. Emails are not secure as they can be
intercepted, amended, and infected with viruses. The EDPS therefore cannot
guarantee the security of correspondence by email.

 

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Dear European Data Protection Supervisor,
Sending me back to those causing the problem because of negligent Governmental structure is not acceptable when suggesting ways could investigate more truthfully & effectively .
Please forward to person in Europe who directs those responsible for overseeing the legal in UK .Whip?
Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as
developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which
contain the following information:
Who directs & structures the administration of the Information
Commissioners & that they are not acting independently like biased
Call centres allowing injustice to continue.
Surely collaboration with those in Justice sector not structured
like biased call centres could assist in making statuatory,
compensation for those wronged & have caused wastage of time trying
to address.With those fully qualified resolving till the persons
issues addressed & publicly revealed ..

Yours sincerely,

Julie Shrive

European Data Protection Supervisor, Supervisor Europeo de Protección de Datos

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Dear Ms Shrive

 

Thank you for your reply of 29 October 2014, concerning access to
documents containing information about who directs and structures the
administration of the Information Commissioners.

 

As I explained in my previous email, the EDPS is an independent
supervisory authority tasked with ensuring that all EU institutions and
bodies comply with the data protection rules set out in [1]Regulation (EC)
No 45/2001. Our primary role is to deal with the supervision of the
processing of personal data by the [2]European Union's 62 institutions,
bodies and agencies. We are only competent to supervise these 62 bodies.
We are therefore not competent to supervise any national or international
organisations or institutions, including national data protection
authorities (DPA).

 

The Information Commissioner acts as the head of a DPA. DPAs are organised
at a national level and operate under national law which, in the EU, is
based on [3]Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC. As DPAs are national
bodies, the EDPS is therefore not competent to supervise DPAs and nor does
it or can it play any part in directing or structuring their
administration.

 

If you feel that a Member State has failed to adequately apply the Data
Protection Directive 95/46/EC, you may want to contact the European
Commission, which acts as the guardian of the EU Treaty:

[4]http://ec.europa.eu/eu_law/your_rights/y...

 

Kind regards

 

 

  Courtenay Mitchell
Information and Communication

Tel. +32 2 283 19 00 | Fax +32 2 283 19 50

 

European Data Protection Supervisor
Postal address: Rue Wiertz 60, B-1047 Brussels
Office address: Rue Montoyer 30, B-1000 Brussels

 [5]@EU_EDPS    [6]www.edps.europa.eu

 

This email (and any attachment) may contain information that is internal
or confidential. Unauthorised access, use or other processing is not
permitted. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender
by reply and then delete all copies. Emails are not secure as they can be
intercepted, amended, and infected with viruses. The EDPS therefore cannot
guarantee the security of correspondence by email.

 

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