An organisation is not required to provide information under section 21(1) in respect of —
(a) opinion data kept solely for an evaluative purpose;
(b) any examination conducted by an education institution, examination scripts and, prior to the release of examination results, examination results;
(c) the personal data of the beneficiaries of a private trust kept solely for the purpose of administering the trust;
(d) personal data kept by an arbitral institution or a mediation centre solely for the purposes of arbitration or mediation proceedings administered by the arbitral institution or mediation centre;
(e) a document related to a prosecution if all proceedings related to the prosecution have not been completed;
(f) personal data which is subject to legal privilege;
(g) personal data which, if disclosed, would reveal confidential commercial information that could, in the opinion of a reasonable person, harm the competitive position of the organisation;
(h) personal data collected, used or disclosed without consent, under paragraph 1(e) of the Second Schedule, paragraph 1(e) of the Third Schedule or paragraph 1(f) of the Fourth Schedule, respectively, for the purposes of an investigation if the investigation and associated proceedings and appeals have not been completed;
(i) the personal data was collected or created by a mediator or arbitrator in the conduct of a mediation or arbitration for which he was appointed to act —
(i) under a collective agreement under the Industrial Relations Act (Cap. 136) or by agreement between the parties to the mediation or arbitration;
(ii) under any written law; or
(iii) by a court, arbitral institution or mediation centre; or
(j) any request —
(i) that would unreasonably interfere with the operations of the organisation because of the repetitious or systematic nature of the requests;
(ii) if the burden or expense of providing access would be unreasonable to the organisation or disproportionate to the individual’s interests;
(iii) for information that does not exist or cannot be found;
(iv) for information that is trivial; or
(v) that is otherwise frivolous or vexatious.