By all means trust in best intentions, then verify protection against what might come next #PPSC
We are at dire risk of the govt retaining power to change laws by decree. TEMPORARY powers rapidly approved thanks to current crises.
But not without strict limits on data collection, robust protection, no unnecessary sharing, minimised retention and no unexpected reuse. #PPSC
None of which negates the need for adequate due diligence and work to minimise risk of data compromise, inappropriate data reuse, or access creep.
Sends Argar, Health Minister and former Serco PR man, onto Radio 4 to spin it.
Who limits use of personal health, credit score, social media and other government data and where else does data go?
Innovators love times of crisis, but not everything should be disrupted...
Any system that does not deal fairly and promptly with exceptions is not just broken, it’s destructive
Scotland listened. How many English kids will be sacrificed to a govt trying to save face?
Between ex Serco Health Minister Argar and Dido’s tangled vested interests, this is another profitable gamble under guise of public good.
Maybe none? Maybe a bare minimum to get the job done? Maybe they already had access to everything? Off to check what @medConfidential has to say.
What does this mean for the future?