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The Re-use of Public Sector Information Regulations 2015 provide an entitlement to re-use information made available by public sector bodies. They are designed to allow the public to make use of that information, where appropriate.
Ofcom is committed to making information available for re-use. Where possible we will proactively publish information on our website, to enable members of the public to understand our work and use information we produce.
We also publish responses to Freedom of Information requests online.
If you are unhappy with the response to your request for re-use, you are entitled to ask for your case to be reviewed by Ofcom’s Secretary to the Corporation. Please send the complaint to: The Secretary to the Corporation, Ofcom, Riverside House, 2a Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 9HA. We will usually reply within 20 working days.
If you are not content with the outcome of the review, you have the right to apply directly to the Information Commissioner for a decision.