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From: Erika Whittome

Dear Department of Internal Affairs,

In your access to the Facebook Takedown portal (ie https://www.facebook.com/xtakedowns/login), would you please share:

1. All of the settings in your system (eg screenshots of the settings saved in a word document)
2. INCLUDING the users and keywords flagged in your system (eg in an excel spreadsheet)
3. The guidelines and objective documents used to complete the initial set up this Takedown Portal.
4. This request is for all of 2022 1 Jan - 31 Dec 2022.

Yours faithfully,

Erika Whittome

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From: OIA
Department of Internal Affairs

Tçnâ koe,

Thank you for contacting the Department of Internal Affairs.  You have
contacted us during the annual legislative closedown period of public
service OIA processing, which spans 24 December 2022 to 15 January 2023
(inclusive). 

During this period, all Official Information Act processing is suspended.

If you are making a new Official Information Act (OIA) request for
information held by the Department, we will respond to you after OIA
processing resumes on Monday the 16th January 2023.  You can check the
time limit for the Department’s response in the [1]Ombudsman’s OIA
Response Calculator. 

If you are contacting the Department about information that is held by a
different agency; a Minister; a District Health Board or a Local
Authority, you will receive your answer up to two weeks sooner if you
[2]request the information from them directly.  If you will be contacting
them directly, please take a moment to let us know that you are
withdrawing your request to the Department.

Nâku noa, nâ

 

OIA Performance and Practice team

Te Urûngi | Organisational Strategy & Performance

Level 6, 45 Pipitea St | PO Box 805, Wellington 6140, New Zealand |
 [3]www.dia.govt.nz

 

 

 

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From: OIA
Department of Internal Affairs

Tçnâ koe Erika,

Thank you for your OIA request to the Department of Internal Affairs (included with this email). Your request was made during the annual legislative closedown period of public service OIA processing, which spans 25 December to 15 January inclusive.

The Department will provide its response to your request as soon as practicable and within twenty working days.  The 20th working day is 13 February 2023

Please note that in cases where the Department’s response provides information that is identified to be of general public interest, the response may also be published on the Department of Internal Affairs website.  If the Department publishes its response to your OIA request, all personal information, including your name and contact details, will be removed.

Nâku, nâ

Michelle Reed (she/her)  
Kaitohutohu Ârahi, te Ture Pârongo Ôkawa | Lead Advisor Official Correspondence 
Te Urûngi | Organisational Strategy & Performance
Level 6, 45 Pipitea St | PO Box 805, Wellington 6140, New Zealand |  www.dia.govt.nz

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From: minadviceteam
Department of Internal Affairs

Good afternoon Erika,

Thank you for your email of 2 January 2023 requesting the following under the Official Information Act 1982 (the Act):

"1. All of the settings in your system (eg screenshots of the settings saved in a word document)
2. INCLUDING the users and keywords flagged in your system (eg in an excel spreadsheet)
3. The guidelines and objective documents used to complete the initial set up this Takedown Portal.
4. This request is for all of 2022 1 Jan - 31 Dec 2022."

For all new requests under the Act that concern digital safety, we require evidence of eligibility. Under section 12(1) of the Act, to be eligible to request information under the Act, you must be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident; or a person in New Zealand.

In that context, we would appreciate if you could confirm your eligibility under the Act by providing a copy of a New Zealand identity document (such as a passport or driver's licence) or by providing evidence that you are a person in New Zealand (such as a utility bill that shows your current name).

To safeguard your privacy, this evidence should be provided to Te Tari Taiwhenua | the Department of Internal Affairs at [email address]. We would be grateful if you could confirm your eligibility under the Act by Friday, 20 January 2023.

Please note that if you do not provide evidence of eligibility, we will be unable to respond to your request.

Kind regards,
Ministerial Advice Team

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From: Erika Whittome

Dear minadviceteam,
I would like to email my proof of NZ residence/citizenship. The email address to which I send the proof has not been provided. Please provide this email

Yours sincerely,

Erika Whittome

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From: minadviceteam
Department of Internal Affairs


Attachment IA202300022 DOIA Erika Whittome request for eligibilty.pdf
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Good morning Erika,

Please find attached a letter with the email address to send your eligibility to.

Kind regards,
Ministerial Advice Team

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From: Erika Whittome

Dear minadviceteam,

My proof has now been emailed. Kindly respond to the information request.

Yours sincerely,

Erika Whittome

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