Please report how many data erasure requests under GDPR/DPA you have received from the Organization "Beyond Systems Ltd" in the period April 1st 2021 to May 10th 2021 concerning their employees or ex-employees.

Scottish Government

Our Reference: 202100200591
Your Reference: request-754395-2b4eba2c

Dear J Keymer ,

Thank you for your correspondence sent on 11/05/2021. Your query will be
passed to the relevant area for consideration and has been given a
reference number of 202100200591. Please quote this number in all
correspondence. The Scottish Government aim to respond, where necessary,
as quickly as possible and within the stated timescale as indicated on our
website
(http://www.gov.scot/about/contact-inform...).

Yours sincerely
MiCase
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Scottish Government

Hello

I am writing regarding your request dated 11 May 2021 for information
about data erasure requests. A request is not valid if it does not, in
accordance with section 8(1)(b) of the Freedom of Information (Scotland)
Act 2002 (FOISA), state the name of the applicant and an address for
correspondence.  As your request does not state your name, we do not
consider it to be a valid request.  Accordingly, we are not obliged to
respond to it. However, if you provide your name (a surname and title, eg
Mr or Ms, is sufficient) we would be able to consider your request and
respond in accordance with FOISA. 

If you need any further advice and assistance to submit a valid request,
please contact me. 

You may also find it helpful to look at the answer to the question “Do I
have to provide my real name and my full address when I ask for
information?” on the Scottish Information Commissioner’s website at:
[1]http://www.itspublicknowledge.info/FAQ/G...

 

Kind regards

 

Mike

 

Michael Bruce |FOI Adviser | Freedom of Information Unit | Scottish
Government | 2W, St Andrew’s House | Regent Road | Edinburgh | EH1 3DG | 
0131 244 3457 (Ext) 43457

 

 

 

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Dear Scottish Government,

Apologies, I assumed this was included in the request.
Mr J Keymer

Yours faithfully,

J Keymer

Scottish Government

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Please find attached a response to your correspondence.
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