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New details have surfaced since the U.S. ordered a Chinese firm to sell the gay dating app it acquired last year.
While living in the country with his physician boyfriend, he allegedly falsified his own HIV-positive blood test.
The Guys continue the topic of disclosure. Do you think it’s okay to reveal someone’s HIV status to others in the family?
This is in addition to the $17 million settlement the insurer reached with nearly 12,000 customers nationwide.
Most employees have left the Nashville Ryan White program, which is now under investigation.
These Tennesseans “are scared to death that their family and friends are going to find out they are positive.”
In a third case, an ADAP client is suing the state for forcing him to get meds through the CVS pharmacy.
The private medical data of 93 people had been downloaded from an online enrollment program.
The insurer asserts that claims administrator KCC botched the mailings when it sent envelopes revealing personal data.
The question is: Are officials allowed to share patients’ personal data for research and evaluation purposes?
The New York resident had been diagnosed a few months before the breach.
Notations such as “PM 6402 HIV” were visible in CVS Caremark envelopes.
A federal class action lawsuit has been filed against the insurer; the lead plaintiff is a man on PrEP.
The hospital’s “careless handling” of personal health information violated HIPAA rules.
Published info on innocent citizens also includes Social Security numbers and sexual orientation.
Until recent security updates, the sites supposedly risked exposing user identities and data.
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