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Your medical data is being sold to the highest bidders

Update: 07.06.2021

If you are in the UK, you had better opt out otherwise that wonder CIA backed Palantir will be analysing your medical data.

How to opt out | medConfidential
Your medical records are about to be given away. As GPs, we’re fighting back | Ameen Kamlana
GPs in England have been told to hand over all patient data to NHS Digital, says GP Ameen Kamlana

If your GP is using doctolib then you had also best be even more aware.

Its investors are listed here

Doctolib - Funding, Financials, Valuation & Investors
Doctolib is an online and mobile booking platform that helps to find a specialist doctor nearby and make an appointment.

In particular Accel is the key here

Accel is a co-investor with in-q-tel which is the CIAs investment arm. (yes, seriously)

In-Q-Tel, The CIA’s VC Arm, Has Had A Busy Few Years - Mattermark
tl;dr: In-Q-Tel has made a lot of new investments in recent years, and the company has expanded its network of syndicate partners, which is pretty much
Compared to the list Mattermark originally compiled in 2013, not much has changed. ARCH Ventures took the number one spot from Harris & Harris, and Accel seems to have significantly increased its co-investment activity with In-Q-Tel in recent years, jumping from just two deals to seven.

There are already GDPR issues with the doctolib system storing its data in the french aws cloud. But now you know the CIA will have access to everything thats wrong with you and your family.

Some articles in German:

Doctolib schickt Termine und Gesundheitsdaten an Werbefirmen
Doctolib vermittelt Termine bei Ärzten. Wie jetzt bekannt wurde, schickte der Online-Dienstleister Gesundheitsdaten seiner Nutzer an Werbefirmen.

Basically saying they take your data and sell it to advertising companies. So if you get cancer you will get cancer ads. Fucking great right? Like shopping for your wife and she gets all the adverts that you triggered.

Doctolib schickt Termine und Gesundheitsdaten an Werbefirmen
Doctolib vermittelt Termine bei Ärzten. Wie jetzt bekannt wurde, schickte der Online-Dienstleister Gesundheitsdaten seiner Nutzer an Werbefirmen.