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Cyberterrorism Prevent Duty

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Boris Brooke-Frylington

Dear University of Exeter,

As you will likely be aware, on the 13 January the University's Head of Academic Services Jamie Horsley equated such action as an 'email protest' to amount to Cyber Terrorism. The University has a legal duty under 'Prevent' to record and take action against all terrorist activity. My FOI surrounds this.

Please, could you provide:
(1) A copy of the University's PREVENT Policy.
(2) The total number of students investigated or recorded under the policy for 'cyber terrorism' in the past year.
(2) The number of such students who the university referred to the police or home office.

Yours faithfully,

Boris Brooke-Frylington

InformationGovernance mailbox, University of Exeter

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Dear Boris,

 

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InformationGovernance mailbox, University of Exeter

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Dear Boris,

 

Please find the University's response to your Freedom of Information
Request attached.

 

Kind regards,

Information Governance Officer

University of Exeter
[1]http://www.exeter.ac.uk/foi/summary/
Lafrowda House, St. German’s Road, Exeter, EX4 6TL

[2]http://www.exeter.ac.uk/codebox/email-si...

This email and any attachment may contain information that is
confidential, privileged, or subject to copyright, and which may be exempt
from disclosure under applicable legislation. It is intended for the
addressee only. If you received this message in error, please let me know
and delete the email and any attachments immediately. The University will
not accept responsibility for the accuracy/completeness of this email and
its attachments.

 

 

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