May 052016
 

Cheryl Clark reports: When Sharp Grossmont Hospital officials realized anesthesia drugs were disappearing from surgery carts, they turned to video surveillance to catch those responsible. In the process, they also captured many images of women undergoing surgery. The video surveillance has raised questions about patient privacy and how well the [Read More…]

May 042016
 

Katie Banks reports: Police are investigating following teenage girls’ claims they were caught on camera without their knowledge or permission. Shawnee police are now investigating one of their male classmates at Mill Valley High School in the De Soto School District for a possible privacy breach. Students at the high [Read More…]

May 042016
 

David Pugliese reports: Some employees of the Royal Canadian Legion accessed the confidential files of Canadian veterans held by the federal government without the veterans’ consent. The Privacy Commissioner is investigating one complaint about unauthorized access, but the legion has acknowledged additional incidents. Such files contain the medical and, in [Read More…]