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Even her GP’s surgery has not given her copies of her records, despite Angela being willing to pay for them. They suggested she pop into the surgery but when she did, there was nobody available to show them to her. t
This is particularly worrying as the NHS is currently compiling a controversial database of patients’ medical files.
Although it is expected to make it easier for doctors and nurses to treat patients, recent security breaches in the NHS and revelations that as many as 140,000 non-medical staff will be able to view the records have raised fears about possible breaches of patients’ human rights
Originally posted by mustangill
reply to post by davesmart
I believe that somewhere is this world you have to use a card to use the public bathroom.
Originally posted by matthewgraybeal
Did you notice in this news article, that the papertrail in return was painstakingly slow, like they want you to give up on searching for who knows about you?
i encountered the very same thing in my attempt to get massachusetts free healthcare, and foodstamps since I am out of work.
I once put 8 copies of my application for foodstamps in the correct "dropbox" and they told me they never got it.
I applaud TPTB, they sure do coach the social services in feigned incompetece.
Originally posted by steveknows
reply to post by EvanB
About 17 years ago my younger brother went to a Navy recruiting office in Sydney to enquire about becoming a Navy diver. He was advised that the Navy prefers the potential recruit to have already obtained a civilian dive ticket so as to have a concept of diving and then if accepted into the Navy then the Navy trains that person to be a clearence diver. My brother was young and it was just a passing thing as he wasn't sure what he wanted to do and forgot all about it. A few years later while Living in Cairns he ended getting a dive ticket, as people do when they live near the Great Barrier Reef. A few months after getting his dive ticket, a few years after his trip to the Navy recruiting office and a few thousands kilometers north of where he lived when he enquired into the Navy, he received a letter from the Australian Department of Defence asking him if he was still interested in joining the Navy now that he has a dive ticket.
Yes big brother is watching.
Originally posted by Lil Drummerboy
Wow, Am i introuble..
this is the price we will pay to frolic on the web.
Originally posted by Dr Expired
reply to post by EvanB
I believe you are onto something,I also believe that there is a method where software code on web sites can activate a software code camera and then transform the data into imagery to be viewed ie not via switching on your webcam.
But I base this on a hunch.
I think most of us get hunches before we hear the supposed brreaking exposes on such things?