Co-operation between the Commissioner and foreign designated authorities
(1) The Commissioner must, at the request of a foreign designated authority—
(a) provide that authority with such information referred to in Article 13(3)(a) of the Data Protection Convention (information on law and administrative practice in the field of data protection) as is the subject of the request, and
(b) take appropriate measures in accordance with Article 13(3)(b) of the Data Protection Convention for providing that authority with information relating to the processing of personal data in the United Kingdom.
(2) The Commissioner may ask a foreign designated authority—
(a) to provide the
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