Freedom of information – Decision of Scottish Information Commissioner (SIC) – Appeal on point of law. Court of Session: Refusing an appeal by a prisoner against a decision of the SIC concerning requests for information he made to Strathclyde Police under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 and a review of the response to that request by the Police Investigations and Review Commissioner, the court considered the meaning of the expression 'appeal on a point of law' found in s 56 of the 2002 Act and examined certain important features of the function performed by the SIC, before rejecting all of the arguments the appellant advanced, including contentions that the SIC had failed to give adequate or intelligible reasons for her conclusions.