Dear BPP University Limited,

Can you please supply:

(1) your policy or policy guidance for duties under the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 duties for the various local authorities listed in Schedule 6, known as “Prevent”;

(2) your policy relating to Internet filtering, blocking and prevention of access to material deemed inappropriate;

(3) the name of any providers of Internet filtering and blocking services that you use, or else a statement that you do not block or filter content at all;

(4) a list of agreements, arrangements or Memorandums of Understanding between yourselves and bodies such as the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), the Counter Terrorism Internet Referral Unit (CTIRU) of the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), or Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) of the City of London Police, to receive lists of illegal or illicit content, for instance for the purposes of blocking.

Finally, can you:

(5) tell me if any filtering or blocking service that you use incorporates lists from the IWF, CTIRU or PIPCU, and which lists are incorporated; and

(6) provide to me any clauses within any contract or terms and conditions of service agreed with your filtering and blocking providers that relate to their use of information from the IWF, CTIRU or PIPCU.

Yours faithfully,

Jim Killock

Amanda Blackmore, BPP University Limited

Thank you very much for your email.

 

I have now left BPP and I am pleased to be able to refer you to the
following people who will be able to assist you:

 

1.       BPP University senior management enquiries: Professor Tim Stewart
– [1][email address];

2.       School of Foundation & English Language Studies (SoFELS),
Traineeships and Functional Skills for Apprenticeships: Paul Evans –
[2][email address];

3.       University regulatory and compliance
matters/validations/appeals/complaints: Professor Chris Maguire –
[3][email address];

4.       Apprenticeships compliance and regulation: Lisa Pike and–
[4][email address] and [5][email address];

5.       Data-related queries, including TEF, HESA and HEFCE returns:
Boryana Peevska-Cutting and Naysam Hany -
[6][email address] and [7][email address];

6.       Academic collaborations processes and procedural matters: Chris
Costigan – [8][email address];

7.       PGCE Secondary/Primary Education: Robert Peal –
[9][email address];

8.       Student surveys and actions arising, including NSS: Shahban Aziz
– [10][email address];

9.       BPP Students’ Association issues and events: Anwar Azari,
Managing Director and James Brown, President – [11][email address] and
[12][email address];

10.   Ethics & Compliance matters: Alison Wells – [13][email address];

11.   WILPower (Women in Leadership):  Alison Wells –
[14][email address];

 

For any other matters, please email Miia Abrahamsen, Executive Assistant,
who will put you in contact with the most appropriate person –
[15][email address].

 

Many thanks and best wishes,

Professor Amanda Blackmore

 

 

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Dear Jim Killock

 

 

Thank you for your email below.

 

Please note that BPP University Limited is not subject to the Freedom of
Information Act.  It is not a public authority for the purposes of the
FOIA 2000 and it has not been designated as such by the Secretary of
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From: [1]Jim Killock
Sent: ý12/ý05/ý2017 00:44
To: [2]Boryana Peevska-Cutting
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Prevent and Internet filtering
policies

Dear BPP University Limited,

Can you please supply:

(1) your policy or policy guidance for duties under the Counter-Terrorism
and Security Act 2015 duties for the various local authorities listed in
Schedule 6, known as “Prevent”;

(2) your policy relating to Internet filtering, blocking and prevention of
access to material deemed inappropriate;

(3) the name of any providers of Internet filtering and blocking services
that you use, or else a statement that you do not block or filter content
at all;

(4) a list of agreements, arrangements or Memorandums of Understanding
between yourselves and bodies such as the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF),
the Counter Terrorism Internet Referral Unit (CTIRU) of the Metropolitan
Police Service (MPS), or Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU)
of the City of London Police, to receive lists of illegal or illicit
content, for instance for the purposes of blocking.

Finally, can you:

(5) tell me if any filtering or blocking service that you use incorporates
lists from the IWF, CTIRU or PIPCU, and which lists are incorporated; and

(6) provide to me any clauses within any contract or terms and conditions
of service agreed with your filtering and blocking providers that relate
to their use of information from the IWF, CTIRU or PIPCU.

Yours faithfully,

Jim Killock

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