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New Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham starts Monday


The new Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, will begin work on Monday 18 July stepping in to take over from outgoing Christopher Graham, who stood down on 28 June

Ms Denham, arrives to the UK from Canada, where she held the post of Commissioner at the Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia.

In a statement she said that she is, "Excited about the challenges ahead. I look forward to working with staff and stakeholders to promote openness by public bodies and data privacy for individuals.”

The post, recently vacated by Christopher Graham, who held the post for seven years, will be for a term of five years.

Graham stepped-down on 28 June and in the interim deputy Commissioner Simon Entwisle has led the ICO.

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