NHS passed coronavirus patient data to Palantir

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A disincentive to use the NHS’ track and trace app is the news that the NHS has passed data on UK coronavirus patients to Palantir, the Californian data mining startup founded by eccentric PayPal cofounder Peter Thiel. Bloomberg reports that the political website OpenDemocracy and lawyers Foxglove have seen a contract between  the NHS and …

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