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  • You see, the Commissioner is the one official in the islands who can give us a license.

    Capitulation

  • The Commissioner is authorized to make such rules and regulations not in conflict with the ordinances of the City as the Commissioner finds necessary for the better control and management of the Parks.

    Saltzman looking for easy way out on Paulson stadiums? (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • The Information Commissioner is concerned, as ever, but under-resourced and basically powerless.

    Boing Boing

  • The Drain Commissioner actually has a lot of power.

    Matthew Yglesias » For Less Voting

  • Clearly the Privacy Commissioner is now part of the plot against free speech.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Since they were going to be in my county, I called the Commissioner's Office and asked if it is possible to deploy the Child Welfare Department to the protest site in case any of these kids are being used as human pawns.

    Joe The Nerd Ferraro: Antidotes and Anecdotes from a Westboro Church Non-Protest.

  • The Ontario Privacy Commissioner is urging Google to fight a ruling that will force it to turn over the logs of YouTube downloads to Viacom, stating that copyright enforcement should not be a used as the rationale for surveillance:

    Boing Boing

  • It does not take membership of the Euro for a nation state to achieve financial prudence - simple self-discipline on the part of its Finance Minister will do that - but getting a public wigging from the EU's Economics Affairs Commissioner is something which most governments would doubtless avoid, though it is well known that the EU will never take any really painful action against one of the big boys.

    Saved by the Irish, begorrah!

  • The Data Protection Commissioner is considering making Regulations under Section 1 (3C) of the Data Protection Acts, laying down safeguards to protect personal data contained in records that are retained for archival or historical purposes.

    Data Protection and Archival Material « Cork Genealogist

  • The Office of the Privacy Commissioner is concerned that street level photography, as currently deployed in the United States, may not meet the basic requirements of Canadian privacy laws.

    September 12th, 2007

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