Lord Mitchell moved amendment 107B, in Schedule 13, page 186, line 23, at end to insert:
“(j) maintain a register of publicly controlled personal data of national significance;
(k) prepare a code of practice which contains practical guidance in relation to personal data of national significance.
(2) For the purposes of sub-sub-paragraphs (j) and (k) of paragraph (1), personal data controlled by public bodies is data of national significance if, in the opinion of the Commissioner, —
(a) the data furthers collective economic, social or environmental well-being,
(b) the data has the potential to further collective economic, social or environmental well-being in future, and
(c) financial benefit may be derived from processing the data or the development of associated software.”