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On Wednesday, 1 February 2017, 14:05, Karen Hannah
Dear Mr Cairns
We refer to your letter of 21 January 2017 and copy of your letter of 28 August 2016 relating to your request for information held on record by Scottish Enterprise to be corrected under Section 10 of the Data Protection Act 1998.
There is no requirement under the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) for authorities to alter historical records held which provide a record of events which took place at specific points in time.
In accordance with Paragraph 7, Schedule 1 of the DPA, we will retain a copy of your objections on file. We will not comply with any new requests to alter our historic records. We will retain on file, but will not respond to, any further such requests.
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2 February 2017
Today at 11:28
You already received my letter dated 28 August 2016 on 29 August 2016 and my section 10 notice incorporating that letter was dated 17 December 2016.
You are well beyond the time limit for responding to that notice.
My letter dated 28 August 2016 did not relate to your report. It was focussed upon your letters to my MSPs which contained false and very damaging statements about me, most egregious of which was Scottish Enterprise's blatant lie that I had supposedly exhausted your complaints and review processes. In fact Scottish Enterprise has never provided a response to any complaint from me that could be reviewed, even after I specifically requested any such response or review in subject access disclosures.
Your persistent dishonesty in this matter is disgraceful.
I fully intend publicising that in due course.