(THE INDEPENDENT) – The NHS has given the medical records of 1.6 million patients to Google, it has been revealed.
The records have been shared with Google as part of a data-sharing agreement between the technology giant and the NHS, revealed by The New Scientist.
The records relate to patients of three London hospitals which form the Royal Free Trust; Barnet, Chase Farm and Royal Free Hospital collected over the course of the last five years. An estimated 1.6 million patients attend the hospitals every year.
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