JOIC Revenue Model Consultation Paper

Posted: 23/05/2019

The Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner (JOIC) invites Digital Jersey members to comment on a consultation paper on the introduction of a new registration and fee structure to support greater independence for their office.

Read the full consultation paper here 

Deputy Information Commissioner Paul Vane is co-ordinating responses raised by local businesses. Please send your comments directly to Paul no later than Tuesday 11 June 2019 using this dedicated email: [email protected]


If you require any assistance, clarification or wish to discuss any aspect of the proposal prior to formulating a response, please contact the JOIC directly.  Please note that it is the policy of the JOIC to make the content of all responses available for public inspection unless specifically requested otherwise.


Official website of The Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner:

The Commissioner is an independent statutory authority and its mission is to promote respect for the private lives of individuals through ensuring privacy of their personal information by;

  • Implementing and ensuring compliance with the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 and the Data Protection Authority (Jersey) Law 2018, and; influencing thinking on privacy and processing of personal information matters on a local and international basis.
  • Maintaining a register of personal data users who are processing personal information in Jersey.
  • Implementing and ensuring compliance with the Freedom of Information (Jersey) Law 2011.

In addition, the Commissioner is responsible for providing advice and guidance to island businesses and individuals, and makes recommendations to the States of Jersey in response to international data protection legislative changes.

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