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Sparky5458 Level 63 / Retired Golfer
Answered 3 years ago
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Not sure what you are after here, but will have a stab at it. If an organisation stores any info on people, it would need to meet the Data Protection Act. The info should be stored securely whether it is paper-based or electronically. The organisation should have an access to information policy. Anyone who has information stored about them has access to it on request. The information should not be given to third parties unless there are criminal implications and the courts demand it, or it is with the consent of the person themselves.
That is why there are prosecutions when laptops with peoples personal information are left lying about and are taken.
There are any number of good models about storage of information out there.
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