Sent: Friday, January 31, 2014 3:43

Subject: Re: EA/2011/0152 Dransfield v ICO
& Devon County Council

EA/2010/0152 Dransfield v ICO &DCC

Dear Mr Bailey

You either misunderstood my request or your IT technical knowledge is
limited. It is after all 2014. Hence, I would have envisaged the ICO would now
be a paperless office; obviously not. If you ran a paperless system you would not have to scan ANY documents.

Quite frankly, I am not surprised the ICO operate in such tardy, disorganised manner because of its draconian paper recording system.

As a keen environmentalist, I am deeply concerned that the ICO do not run a
paperless office records system. I think our American cousins have been
paperless for a number of years. I am also deeply concerned the ICO operate
without any QA/QC controls as in ISO 9000, and it would also automatically
follow the ICO are in breach of ISO 14000.

Quite frankly, I see no justification whatsoever that you cannot operate a paperless records system.

Maybe this is something you could look into!

With thanks

Yours sincerely

Alan M Dransfield


On Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 3:10 PM, Richard Bailey wrote:

Dear Mr

I note your request
for an electronic copy of the final bundle and supplementary bundle. However, I
do not have an electronic copy of the bundles which would, in any event, be too
large to scan in and send by email.