Randy Billings reports: A former patient at a city-run health clinic has formally asked federal regulators to determine whether Portland officials violated privacy laws by sharing the names and contact information of more than 200 HIV-positive patients with university researchers without patient consent. Jenson Steel, a former patient at the [Read More…]
Jennifer Jackson, Kristin Petersen, and Jay Warren of Bryan Cave write: On January 22, 2018, the United States Supreme Court denied a petition for writ of certiorari in Spokeo v. Robins – bringing an end to an appellate saga that started in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals before heading [Read More…]
Anyone with admin/moderator access to my sites can read any of your comments in the “pending” or “moderator” file and might decide to post them publicly. You really should cease and desist as you have been ordered to do.
David M. Stauss and Gregory Szewczyk of Ballard Spahr LLP write: As we first reported in our January 22, 2018, alert, the Colorado legislature is considering legislation that, if enacted, would significantly change Colorado privacy and data security law. On Wednesday, February 14, 2018, the bill’s sponsors submitted an amended bill that addresses issues raised [Read More…]