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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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These are only a fraction of the kinds of trends we can extract; Network's anonymised transaction data remains a mine of information that provides relevant indicators to businesses, organisations and government.
Anonymised feedback (where the identity of the contributor is withheld from view) offers a balance between maintaining individual accountability for observations, and yet being safe for employees to say what they see.
Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman said: "PHE anonymised the data to ensure that no one would be identified.
This partnership is intended to help Lundbeck to set up an innovative approach and new platform for real world evidence and advanced analytics where Lundbeck can take advantage of Watson technology across clinical data from millions of anonymised patient lives made available through the Watson Health Cloud.
One charge against Bate is she failed to follow up a childminder's concerns about bruising to the face of a oneyear-old boy, labelled FF in anonymised documents, on January 15, 2013.
The team will help in the collection and sharing of anonymised information with customers on how best to deal with hackers.
All case studies would need to be anonymised to protect your client/ patients as per the Data Protection Act.
I want to assure concerned patients that GP data is confidential and is used in an anonymised way.
Information would be shared on request and kept for five years, although any elements that could identify an individual would be anonymised after six months.
Drawing on fully anonymised data from a sample of more than 100,000 Devicescape-enabled smartphones, Devicescape sampled the free Wi-Fi at a host of leading brand locations across the UK where those smartphones connected.
Drawing on fully anonymised data from a sample of more than 100,000 Devicescape-enabled smartphones, the firm sampled the free Wi-Fi at a host of leading brand locations where those smartphones connected.
The data is then anonymised and merged with air pollution data from static sensors installed around the UK.