Damian Abbott

is a co-founder and editor of Inventory and has worked under various pseudonyms on other collective enterprises.


As the British tax and customs office loses 25 million confidential records in the post, the programme to introduce a centralized National Health Service database slouches on, only delayed by a classically wasteful Private Finance Initiative project. Total data transparency may be good for corporations and security obsessed governments, but what does it mean for the recipients of “joined-up care”?, asks Damian Abbott.

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