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11.—(1) This article applies where the Trustee is requested by the Secretary of State (S) to obtain the consent of one or more—
(a)members of the Scheme; or
in order that those members or participating employers may be contacted by S for the purpose of research.
(2) The Trustee may contact any number of members or participating employers to obtain their consent, as the Trustee sees fit to comply with the request of S.
(a)consent is given, the Trustee may then disclose relevant personal data to S; or
(b)consent is not given, the Trustee must not disclose any relevant personal data to S.
(4) Where paragraph (3)(a) applies—
(a)the Trustee must only disclose relevant personal data to S after satisfying itself that there is a secure means of disclosing them, agreed with S;
(b)S may contact the person from whom the consent was obtained; and
(c)S must state to that person S’s specified and lawful purposes related to research.
(5) In this article, “relevant personal data” means personal data which enable S to contact a member of the Scheme or a participating employer of a member of the Scheme, and may include a person’s—
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