We currently have a foia tag, which appears to be scoped to be specifically about the Freedom of Information Act in the United States (as well as state-level variations therein). There is, however, an identically named and similarly themed piece of legislation within the United Kingdom. This raises a few interrelated questions of how we might best address this particular situation, as well as the more general problem of distinct jurisdictions using very similar terminology and legislation names.
Should we have jurisdiction-specific tags, such as us-foia and uk-foia, instead? Or broaden the description of foia? Would a general purpose freedom-of-information be warranted?
Additionally, the tag description refers simply to the "federal law", which is not a term unique to the United States (this appears to happen with other tags, as well, including federal-law). So surely either the tag name or description needs adjustment.