noggins wrote: ↑
Fri Jun 04, 2021 5:20 pm
tom p wrote: ↑
Mon May 31, 2021 6:09 pm
Public figures are a bad example & are often kept off such records for such a reason.
Really? How does that work ? Most public figures arent public figures until they are well into adulthood.
Surely it would be better for it to be compulsory for public figured to be included, that way there will be an incentive to protect the data.
There are usually flags for hiding certain records, even if they aren't highlighted.
Of course, many public figures, as adults, have private doctors, so would be out of this system. And you couldn't identify a kid from 20-odd years ago, unless you already knew pretty much all about them anyway.
And I would remind people that it's not going to be generally released in anything approaching an identifiable form. There will be limited release of data elements that could potentially lead to identification only to specific named organisations with contracts with the data holder & they will have to have all manner of confidentiality and non-identification clauses.