False accusations being made against me

John Doe made this Freedom of Information request to Department for Work and Pensions

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The request was refused by Department for Work and Pensions.

Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

Someone is constantly reporting me continuously to cause hassle to me is it possible to submit a FOI request to see who is doing this.

Yours faithfully,

John

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John Slater left an annotation ()

John,

Personal information of the type you are seeking is exempt under the FOIA so you won't be able to get what you want via this route.

Using a pseudonym like "John Doe" also means that the DWP wouldn't answer a request under the FOIA anyway.

You can submit a Subject Access Request under the Data Protection Act to the DWP in relation to the false accusations being made against you. Unfortunately the DWP would still probably refuse to give you the name of the person making the accusations.

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John
 
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