Medical privacy

February 13: Charlie Suisman, writing for Manhattan User’s Guide, discusses the DoJ’s request for the records of women seeking abortion services. He quotes a DoJ attorney: “Individuals no longer possess a reasonable expectation that their histories will remain completely confidential.”

Today, Charlie follows up: He reasons that if medical records aren’t private, and Attorney General John Ashcroft has just had his gall bladder out…

Suisman’s among the sharpest NYC Web writers, and MUG is a daily must-read.


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