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More than five million cases of fraud and computer misuse offences were recorded in England and Wales in a single year, according to new figures published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). 24 Jul 2017
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Measures aimed at improving data security, and providing patients with greater control over the way their medical records are used, are to be implemented in the NHS in England, the UK government has confirmed. 14 Jul 2017
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