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Re: Babble, lawful ?

Posted by ert on November 16, 2020, at 17:24:28

In reply to Re: Babble, lawful ?, posted by ert on November 14, 2020, at 3:07:47

Again, for research purposes it is lawful under certain circumstances to remove identifiers from PHI and use the content offline.

But the situation is different when PHI is disclosed to third parties.

Did Hsiung ask those who had no choice if they wanted their profiles or posts distributed on other websites or domains?

> it could also be replaced by reddit since reddit obviously has an asynchronous structure.
> But the condition is that once someone leaves here it must be ensured that they can delete their profiles themselves.
> If they cant this is theft.
> Since this website contains profiles with PHI it overrides freedom of speech. If not, freedom of speech could be taken as a pretext to unlawfully disclose PHI to third parties. The reason is because the upload is taking place by a doctor. If the uploader were not a doctor, the situation would be different.
> Actually, this website should not have started.
> Nevertheless those people who leave must be able to delete or edit their posts and profiles themselves.
> That the website is free is misleading too. It lets for example younger people or unaware people believe that it could be justified because it is free. But truly its not justified with this policy even it is free.




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