outsourcing GP appointments to India: is this legal under DPA?

Roland Perry lists at internetpolicyagency.com
Sat Jan 15 21:29:14 GMT 2011

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<AANLkTim08VD1xv9b_AF2JaHuMpsXvBMkJE7tbk6qWjm8 at mail.gmail.com>, Adrian 
Midgley <amidgley at gmail.com> writes
>"“The data processed in NHS SBS’ India offices includes GP 
>registrations and ophthalmic forms. These do not contain any clinical 
>data. _Data does not leave the UK - it resides on servers hosted in the 
>UK and is accessed from India_. "
>That seems to me to be one of these clearly untrue things that someone 
>has decided to repeat over and over in the hope people will believe 
>they believe it.
>Data is data, and if it is accessed in India data has reached India

And the exact opposite theory (to the one you are critiquing) is used to 
prosecute people who administer offshore child porn sites from the UK.
Roland Perry

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