July 3, 2017 Business, Featured News, Govt, Healthcare, Non-U.S.
From the Information Commissioner’s Office:
The ICO has ruled the Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust failed to comply with the Data Protection Act when it provided patient details to Google DeepMind.
The Trust provided personal data of around 1.6 million patients as part of a trial to test an alert, diagnosis and detection system for acute kidney injury.
But an ICO investigation found several shortcomings in how the data was handled, including that patients were not adequately informed that their data would be used as part of the test.
The Trust has been asked to commit to changes ensuring it is acting in line with the law by signing an undertaking.
Read more on the ICO’s site.
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