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anonymised

Personal data that have been processed so as to make it impossible to know the person with whom the data are associated. Anonymisation of data is especially important for the secondary (non-trial-relate) use of personal health data.
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A key focus area of the regulation is the use of data within test environments ensuring that all data contained therein is anonymised.
Ms Clwyd also raised detailed concerns about waiting times and provided anonymised accounts of allegedly poor patient experiences in Welsh hospitals.
The study used anonymised mobile records to measure population movements within Namibia in Africa over the period of a year (2010-11).
Any information you provide will be anonymised and treated confidentially.
IT appears that HM Revenue & Customs has hatched yet another plan to frustrate us: Mr Taxman is looking to sell off our anonymised tax data to private firms.
Combined linked, anonymised, electronic data sets were gathered on a cohort of women enrolled on the Growing Up in Wales: Environments for Healthy Living (EHL) study.
And yes, Bitcoin proper could fade away into irrelevance as better, stronger, sounder, more easily anonymised cryptocurrencies replace it.
Anonymised patient records will be used to help aid medical research and monitor performance.
A dataset of all available electronic records for adults patients (>18 years old) who had enrolled by 30 April 2010 was anonymised, extracted and used for analysis by the study team.
All samples used in medical research are anonymised and in all cases have full ethical approval and consent from families.
Berg says: "As more anonymised payment systems emerge and as use of anonymised browsers like Tor becomes more prevalent, we may see more financial systems evolving around the exchange of CSA material.
The hospital will receive an anonymised report once all of the responses have been processed.