Global technology firm Hewlett Packard Enterprise and sustainable and connected mobility business Continental have announced a new platform for sharing vehicle data to enable new digital services improving driver safety and convenience.
The Insurance Council of Australia has called for greater data availability in response to concerns it has with the Australian Government’s proposed government data sharing and release legislation.
The data of 150,000 patients, who had told their GPs that they did not wish to share it, was shared because the patients' objections were not sent to Britain's National Health Service due to errors in third-party software supplied by a company known as TPP.
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