[Politech] U.S. Army's reply to FOIA query about JetBlue customer records

From: Declan McCullagh (declan@private)
Date: Wed Oct 08 2003 - 06:26:27 PDT

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    Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2003 10:34:35 -0400
    From: "Hugh D. Hyatt" <hugh@private>
    To: declan@private
    Subject: Re: ACLU sets up JetBlue FOIA site: Are you in Fed database?[priv]
    Reply-To: hughhyatt@private
    Hi Declan,
    I used the ACLU site mentioned on the Politech list last month to make the 
    suggested request.  You may be interested to see below the response I got 
    from the Army.
    On Thu, 25 Sep 2003 18:34:09 -0400 Declan McCullagh <declan@private> wrote
     >Subject: JetBlue FOIA/Privacy Act request Web form
     >Date: Wed, 24 Sep 2003 12:01:28 -0400
     >From: "Stanley, Jay" <jstanley@private>
     >To: <declan@private>
     >Politech readers may be interested to learn that we have set up a Web page
     >where anyone who suspects their personal information might have been part
     >of the recent JetBlue privacy breach can to file a FOIA/Privacy Act request
     >to find out what the government may be holding on them.
    Hugh D. Hyatt
       Simplicity doesn't mean to live in misery and poverty.  You have
        what you need, and you don't want to have what you don't need.
                                                        -- Charan Singh
    Subject: JetBlue Airline    Request under the FOIA:  Hyatt
    Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2003 09:33:48 -0400
    From: "Jordan, Mary Nance, Ms., FOIA, RMDA" <Mary.Jordan@private>
    To: <hughhyatt@private>
    FOIA 03-1487                                       October 6, 2003
    PA 03-0219
    Dear Mr. Hyatt:
    	This responds to your electronic mail request, dated September 26, 
    2003.  You request all records regarding access and/or use of JetBlue 
    Airways passenger data indexed or maintained under you name held by the U. 
    S. Department of the Army.  Your request is being processed in accordance 
    with Title 5 United States Code 552, The Freedom of Information Act.
    	Please be advised that the Freedom of Information Act & Privacy Act 
    (FOIA/PA) programs are decentralized.  The records you request are under 
    the purview of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, 
    Logistics, and Technology (ASAALT).  You may write to the address below to 
    obtain records which originated at ASSALT.  Your letter should include your 
    original signature, your mailing address for any documents that may exist, 
    and your telephone number, in the event that your request requires a call 
    directly to you.
    		Assistant Secretary of the Army for
                    Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology
    		Presidential Tower, Suite 11500
    		2511 Jefferson Davis Hwy
    		Arlington, VA 22202-3911
    		(703) 604-7477
    	We hope that this information is helpful to you in locating the relevant 
    records.  If this office can be of further assistance, please contact Mrs. 
    Jordan by return e-mail or at (703) 806-7141.
    							Bruno C. Leuyer
    							Chief, DA Freedom of Information
    							   and Privacy Acts Office
    Mary Nance Jordan
    Program Analyst, DA FOIA/PA Office
    7798 Cissna Road, Ste 205
    Springfield, VA  22150-3166
    Telephone:  (703) 806-7141 (DSN 656)
    Fax:  (703) 806-7135
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