Case Note 0635 [1994] – Complainant alleged that New Zealand Security Intelligence Service had disclosed personal information about him which he believed was both inaccurate and misleading

The complainant alleged that the New Zealand Security Intelligence Service had disclosed personal information about him some time ago which he believed was both inaccurate and misleading. In September 1993 the complainant requested a copy of any file concerning himself held by the Service for possible correction pursuant to information privacy principles 7 of the Act. In response the Service issued a notice pursuant to section 32 neither confirming nor denying the existence or non-existence of any information held about the complainant. However copies of correspondence between the complainant and the Prime Minister were made available.

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