diy wrote:Did C express any confidentiality in the information provided to either A or B?
No, but could be an interesting "what if" discussion.
I can't see an intellectual property angle unless C was proposing some sort pitch.
Posted here because the sub-heading says "information law". It can be moved if there is a better suggestion.
information relevant to the client is that the call was not made and if he has a right to see the record then the system must include the facility for telling him that there is no record.
Sorry, but nonsense. It imagines a system which should not exist. There are recognised situations where records should be and are (usually) kept. Recording every interaction between staff within an authority (let alone every interaction which does not take place) would be impossible and silly.
No, you have extrapolated far beyond the premise. Or maybe just missed the "if".
If there is no facility for saying there is no record, then what is a body to do in response to a FoI request for a record that does not exist?
Take me to your lizard...