Peer voices concern about data sharing

Goodwin, Bill
May 2007
Computer Weekly;5/1/2007, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the concern shown by Lord Erroll, a cross-bench peer, concerning the plan of the government to implement data sharing in Great Britain. Erroll stresses that databases from the government offers poor quality which may lead to individuals being denied of the services and the failure of the process to deliver accurate files. He believes on the inaccuracy of government databases to deliver information effectively. In addition, Erroll states that government agencies also utilize databases to monitor and identify anti-social behavior.


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