You’ve probably been told to check for a locked padlock icon in the corner of your browser window — and an ‘https:’ in your address bar — to be sure a web page is secure, right? Well, unfortunately, the received wisdom about providing your personal details on a ‘secure web form’ is just plain wrong…
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Within the mental health profession in the UK, there seems to be a widespread perception that practitioners are exempt from registering under the Data Protection Act 1998. To my mind, this seems like collective professional self-deception.