Results 1–20 of 622 for "access data"

Investigatory Powers Bill - Report (1st Day) (11 Oct 2016)

Earl Howe: ...Bill. However, I can reassure the House that, in practice, of course the intention is that such an agreement between the United Kingdom and the United States would be the primary route through which UK agencies access data from US-based communications service providers where it is within the scope of the agreement. We have always sought to work with companies so that they are able to meet...

Public Bill Committee: Digital Economy Bill: Examination of Witnesses (11 Oct 2016)

Sarah Gold: For me, particularly looking at privacy, security and personal data, it is about the age of some of the language used in the Bill. Even talking about data sharing feels to me like the wrong language. We should be talking about data access. Data sharing suggests duplication of databases, with data being slopped around different Departments, whereas data access suggests accessing...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Dental Services (27 Jun 2016)

Alistair Burt: ..., and also a statutory duty to commission primary dental services in order to meet local need. While some local access difficulties remain overall access continues to increase with the latest access data showing 30 million patients were seen by a dentist for National Health Service care in the 24 month period ending 31 March 2016. This is 1.8 million more patients than May 2010. The...

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Companies: Ownership (11 May 2016)

Tulip Siddiq: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, which developing countries will be able to access data on the beneficial ownership of companies incorporated in (a) other EU countries and (b) British Overseas Territories.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Companies: Ownership (11 May 2016)

Tulip Siddiq: To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, which competent authorities in the UK will be able to access data on the beneficial ownership of companies incorporated in (a) other EU countries and (b) British Overseas Territories.

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers Bill: Bulk equipment interference warrants: general (26 Apr 2016)

Joanna Cherry: ...surveillance powers, and remarked that bulk equipment interference is “used increasingly to mitigate the inability to acquire intelligence through conventional bulk interception and to access data from computers which may never otherwise have been obtainable.” Labelling mass interception powers as conventional is a bit odd when the Bill avows them for the very first time. The...

Public Bill Committee: Investigatory Powers Bill: Power to grant authorisations (14 Apr 2016)

Keir Starmer: ...Conduct Authority, any head of department in the enforcement and market oversight division has authorisation. Over the page, in a fire and rescue authority the watch manager provides authorisation, and in the Food Standards Agency it is a grade 6 employee. The Gambling Commission can access data under this provision, as long as a senior manager says so. These are really worrying levels of...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Diabetes: Southampton (10 Mar 2016)

Jane Ellison: ...are regularly reviewed and service providers are required to report service level data to ensure that the provision is meeting the NICE quality standards. We understand this will include service access data and patient reported satisfaction. The CCG commissions an integrated pathway of diabetes care of which 80% is delivered in primary care. We are also informed that the Diabetes...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Enterprise Bill: Legislative Consent Motion (8 Mar 2016)

Stephen Farry: ...information held by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs, and any release of information is permissive. The legislation will enable the Department or other relevant authorities in Northern Ireland to access data on levy payments due from employers in Northern Ireland. It will assist the management of apprenticeship funding in an effective and transparent way. For example, it can help to...

Written Answers — Home Office: Ferries: Security (2 Feb 2016)

James Brokenshire: ...arriving into the UK via ferries in a more effective and efficient fashion. In 2015, Border Force connected to the European watch list system, SIS II. As a result of this step, Border Force has been able to access data pertaining to thousands of European Arrest Warrants, thus allowing more fugitives to be detained and arrested when they arrive at ferry ports and points of arrival in the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Health and Social Care (Control of Data Processing) Bill: Consideration Stage (11 Jan 2016)

Simon Hamilton: ...basis that will only allow for the sharing of information. The new data processing committee that is being established by regulations to robustly scrutinise and make decisions on applications to access data will not have the power to compel the data controller to share information. For any approved application, it will ultimately be for the data controller to decide what information is...

Public Bill Committee: Housing and Planning Bill: Clause 31 - Use of information in database (24 Nov 2015)

Gareth Thomas: access information in the database? I come back to a point I made earlier about freedom of information: would banks  or other private sector bodies be able to use freedom of information requests to access data on the database? Under certain circumstances, I would instinctively be comfortable with other public bodies being able to access such information, particularly if they were...

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Police Federation (Meetings) (11 Nov 2015)

Michael Matheson: ...must be completed by all officers and staff, will reinforce the obligations that the service has under the Data Protection Act 1998. It also sets out the situations in which staff and officers can access data and highlights the risks that are associated with data access. That enhanced package has been introduced to raise awareness among staff and officers and to prevent data access that is...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Dental Services (23 Oct 2015)

Alistair Burt: ...that oral health needs assessments for general dentistry are being conducted for areas that include Tameside and Glossop and Derbyshire. Overall, access continues to increase with the latest access data showing 30 million patients were seen by a dentist in the 24 month period ending 30 June 2015. This is 1.7 million more patients than May 2010. There is further to go, and this is why the...

NHS: Innovation — Question for Short Debate (11 Jun 2015)

Lord Sharkey: has made progress very much more difficult. The Wellcome Trust noted at a recent hearing of the Health Select Committee on patient data that some researchers funded by medical research charities are experiencing significant difficulties and delays when trying to access data from the Health and Social Care Information Centre. Often these delays are more than 12 months. In some...

Intelligence and Security Committee: Counter-Terrorism (Statutory Instruments) (16 Mar 2015)

Diana R. Johnson: ...of conduct has been written to ensure that it accurately reflects recent legislative changes? First, I was thinking about the recent orders extending the grounds on which the Financial Conduct Authority can access data. Is all that covered in this code? Secondly, the Serious Crime Act 2015 implements some of the recommendations from the interception of communications commissioner. Although...

Backbench Business: Improving Cancer Outcomes (5 Feb 2015)

John Baron: ...responsible for releasing data do not appear to have the capacity to do so. In a recent Public Accounts Committee hearing, Cancer Research UK indicated that the research group had been waiting 16 months to access data on cancer waiting times. As the Minister will know, the recent National Audit Office report on cancer services made recommendations on that issue. First, it recommended that...

Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill — Committee (2nd Day) (26 Jan 2015)

Lord Bates: ...other surveillance evidence that may be there—this could be helpful in identifying who was where on a particular device and communicated with whom at a particular time. The noble Lord, Lord Rosser, asked for examples of access data that may be required. An example is port numbers, which are akin to a house number, where an IP address is akin to a postcode. I know that the noble...

Consumer Rights Bill: Report (2nd Day) (24 Nov 2014)

Schedule 2: Consumer contract terms which may be regarded as unfair Amendment 29 Moved by Lord Clement-Jones 29: Schedule 2, page 58, line 2, at end insert— “20A (1) A term which has the object or effect of permitting a trader engaged in the provision of fixed broadband internet access or mobile internet services to block, restrict or otherwise hinder the access of a consumer to...

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