You can't vex a Texan
I thought I was a serial requester until ...
I read about the individual who made 90 freedom of information requests to the BBC within a six-month period - this week the Information Commissioner issued a ruling that the BBC was right to reject his latest batch of requests as 'vexatious'.
But that's nothing. In Texas the parents of a disabled child made 2,200 FOI requests to their local school board. Well, everything's big in Texas. The school board retaliated by suing the parents, but have now lost the case. The board has sent the couple over 100,000 pages of documents. You could probably call that an administrative burden.