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Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Energy: Meters (22 July 2014)

Amber Rudd: ...; monthly consumption data for billing and for the purposes of fulfilling any statutory requirement or licence obligations. Consumers will be able to choose whether or not to permit energy suppliers to access data on their daily or half-hourly consumption of energy. Network operators will be permitted to access monthly consumption data for the purpose of developing and maintaining...

Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill — Second Reading (16 July 2014)

Lord Blencathra: ...the Home Secretary say that there will be a scaling back of the organisations that could get access of some sort to the data. On our committee, I think we were all surprised and appalled to discover that more than 600 organisations, including 400 councils, could use RIPA to access data. None of them is in RIPA except the police, SOCA, which is now the National Crime Agency, HMRC and the...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Mobile Phones: Right of Search (14 July 2014)

Lord Taylor of Holbeach: There are strict statutory safeguards in place regarding the interference of property to access data stored on mobile phones. Current UK law limits police powers to search data stored on a mobile phone. The data can only be searched if the phone has been lawfully seized under a power in Police And Criminal Evidence Act (PACE).

Serious Crime Bill [HL] — Committee (2nd Day) (8 July 2014)

Lord Taylor of Holbeach: .... However, the primary function is to ensure that any British passport issued is compatible with the identity and personal details contained in the existing overseas passport. Border Force and law enforcement agencies can access data held by Her Majesty’s Passport Office provided it is relevant to their examination of a passenger at a port or is necessary in connection with any...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: Schedule 2 — Consumer contract terms which may be regarded as unfair (16 June 2014)

Eleanor Laing: With this it will be convenient to discuss the following: Amendment 2, page 51, line 15, at end insert— “2A A term which relies upon any bill of sale, as defined in section 3 (Construction of Act) of the Bills of Sale Act (1878) Amendment Act 1882, to reduce the level of consumer protection in relation to contracts concerning consumer credit.” Amendment...

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: New Clause 25 — Misuse of data provided by the Health and Social Care Information Centre: offence (11 March 2014)

...for not more than two years or a fine, or both. (4) An entity who is guilty of an offence under subsection (1)— (a) is liable to an unlimited fine; and (b) must disclose the conviction on all future applications to access data from the Health and Social Care Information Centre.’.—(Mr Jamie Reed.) Brought up. Question put, That the clause be added to the Bill. The House...

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: New Clause 34 — The Health and Social Care Information Centre: restrictions on dissemination of information (11 March 2014)

John Bercow: ...; (b) on conviction on indictment, to imprisonment for not more than two years or a fine, or both. (4) An entity who is guilty of an offence under subsection (1)— (a) is liable to an unlimited fine; and (b) must disclose the conviction on all future applications to access data from the Health and Social Care Information Centre.’. Government amendment 8. Amendment 29, in...

Care Bill [Lords]: New Clause 34 — The Health and Social Care Information Centre: restrictions on dissemination of information (10 March 2014)

John Bercow: ...on conviction on indictment, to imprisonment for not more than two years or a fine, or both. (4) An entity who is guilty of an offence under subsection (1)— (a) is liable to an unlimited fine; and (b) must disclose the conviction on all future applications to access data from the Health and Social Care Information Centre.’. Government amendment 8. Amendment 29, in clause 116,...

Public Bill Committee: Consumer Rights Bill: Clause 51 - Reasonable price to be paid for a service (4 March 2014) See 1 other result from this clause

...held on consumers whether the consumer continues to maintain a contract with the trader or not, and (vii) guidance for all regulated persons on ways to make publicly available information about how consumers may exercise their right to access data for the purposes of being able to make decisions on contracts for services.’.—(Stella Creasy.)

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Topical Questions (25 February 2014)

Andy Burnham: ...patients, we will work with the Secretary of State to help rescue this failing plan. Those safeguards include tougher penalties for the misuse of data, Secretary of State sign-off on any application to access data, full transparency on organisations granted access, and new opt-out arrangements by phone or online. Will he meet me to discuss changes to the Care Bill to put that important...

Written Answers — Health: Dental Services (13 February 2014)

Daniel Poulter: NHS England is responsible for commissioning national health service dentistry and has a statutory duty to commission primary dental care services to reflect local needs. The latest access data shows that 1.8 million more patients have been able to see an NHS dentist since May 2010. In the 24 months ending 31 December 2013, 29.9 million patients were seen by an NHS dentist. How far demand...

25th Anniversary of the World Wide Web — Motion to Take Note (16 January 2014)

Lord Mitchell: ...as dramatic as the Industrial Revolution was 200 years ago. Just as James Watt showed that steam could drive a machine and replace muscle, so Tim Berners-Lee’s invention of the world wide web has replaced the way we access data, communicate and organise our lives. As coal, oil, petrol and electricity give us energy to power our lives, so digital is now giving us mass access to...

[Mrs Linda Riordan in the Chair] — Backbench business — Intelligence and Security Services (31 October 2013)

Dominic Raab: ...UK law enforcement is surprisingly slow—given the assertions—or national security is being used as a fig leaf to muzzle disclosures that are just plain embarrassing. I accept, by the way, that the disclosure that 850,000 contractors can access data from Project Tempora represents a security concern, but of course that vulnerability is entirely of the Government’s own...

Local Audit and Accountability Bill [Lords] (28 October 2013)

George Hollingbery: ...notices in newspapers is an important part of that process. I pointed out to him that if he truly thought that to be the case, there was nothing to prevent the paper from reporting on them and publishing the list itself if it felt that strongly about the matter. The simple fact is that the vast majority of the public access data about planning, licensing and so on from public notices and,...

Written Answers — Education: Health Education: Drugs (4 July 2013)

Elizabeth Truss: ...quality information and advice to practitioners, including teachers. The Department is also funding the Centre for Analysis of Youth Transitions (CAYT) up to March 2014. CAYT have set up an open-access data bank of quality assured impact studies on services and programmes that support the development of young people. The database will enable schools, commissioners and others to choose the...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Horse Passports (15 April 2013)

Mary Creagh: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs how many (a) police forces and (b) local authorities applied to his Department to access data held in horse passport issuing organisation databases in (A) 2010, (B) 2011, (C) 2012 and (D) 2013 to date.

Oral Answers to Questions — Justice: Rehabilitation of Offenders (19 March 2013)

Chris Grayling: In April we will launch a justice data lab, which will allow all kinds of organisations involved in the issue to access data on reoffending so that they can be clear about the effectiveness of their work. We will do everything that we can to help them identify that impact in a way that encourages them in the role that they intend to play.

[Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] — Freedom of Information (24 January 2013)

Alan Beith: ...that the strength of the new culture of openness is, however, variable and depends on both the type of organisation and the approach to freedom of information of the individual public authority.” On transparency, we made the point that “proactive publication…cannot substitute for a right to access data because it is impossible for public bodies to anticipate the...

Unemployment: Young People — Question for Short Debate (17 January 2013)

Baroness Stowell of Beeston: ...that my noble friend made about ensuring that there is co-ordination of services, it is worth reminding ourselves that one of the advantages of the digital and online world is that users like to be able access data and adapt it-to use it in ways that best suit their needs. That lends itself to-and points towards-not necessarily having a single shop that is nationwide and available, but...

Financial Services Bill (Money) (No. 2): Clause 1 — Deputy Governors (10 December 2012)

Alison McGovern: ...his fourth point? He mentioned the Treasury Committee’s ability to get information from the Bank. What specifically is he concerned about, and does he think that his Committee ought to be able to access data from the Bank as part of its oversight role? First, how would he improve on that point? What specifics of governance does he think we must look for? Secondly, is it a question of...

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