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  1. I wanted the NHS to disclose to me any complaints that may of been made against a Doctor that worked at a particular hospital, as I had concerns about their performance etc. I was told that releasing details of any complaints against any doctor is in breach of the Data Protection Act 1998 under, exemption s40 (personal information). Any thoughts or other processes that may be of help? Thanks
  2. Hi Caggers Here I am with a different case all together. This morning I received a letter from Aviva Insurance stating that they are writing to inform me that they have identified incidents relating to a motor claim or accident i was involved in have been accessed and disclosed to the third party without my/their consent by an employee who has now been dismissed. It is a detailed letter and i was wondering if they have a case to answer as afterall, they should have measures in place to safe guide my data. I have since the the accident in question received countless number of calls from insurance related companies offering me this and that. Do we have any Data Protection Experts in the forum who can advise. Am happy to scan the whole letter and post it here if necessary. Please advise. Thanks RM
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