Head of government GPDPR review opted out of scheme

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Head of government GPDPR review opted out of scheme

Professor Goldacre had concerns about the risks of deanonymisation.

Professor Ben Goldacre of the University of Oxford, who conducted a Government-commissioned review into an aborted programme to share GP health data, has admitted that he personally opted out of th...

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