The FoI request for the BPA Ltd AOS minutes that was pulled from the website has now reappeared.
The Prankster first blogged about this here.
Then he noted they had been removed...
...and now they are back.
Apparently they were removed because the redaction had been done in an amateurish way and anyone with IT skills* could completely unredact the document. Oopsie.
This of course left the DVLA with something of a dilemma. They redacted the information because they ruled that it was personal. Having unwittingly released it anyway, they were now in breach of the data protection act. In a typical example of absurd logic they decided to rectify the situation by now publishing the complete unredacted document including all personal information. They then ruled that as they had retrospectively decided that all information could be published, no data breach had occurred and they did not need to report themselves to the ICO.
The Prankster's mind is now boggled.
The Parking Prankster
* To the level of cut and paste