Bit of a technical question. Let's say Sid goes for an assessment, lets say with Broken Trains Limited. Sid passes the assessment, but fails on interview. Mrs Broken in their HR Department enters the results into the OPC's RACF database for candidates. Six months pass, and undeterred, Sid has an assessment with Awful Trains Limited. Sid passes the assessment, and passes the interview. May be a technicality, but at what point, during Broken Trains' assessment does Sid... 1) Agree to have his personal candidate data given to and be held by OPC 2) Agree to have those candidate results viewed by Awful Trains? With the advent serious money changing hands when businesses pass personal data on to third parties, does anyone know how do train companies nowadays circumvent the data custody laws with the OPCs shared (online, toc-intranet) database?