CPR for Wednesday, March 11, 2010

Company called into question
Regina Leader-Post
Commissioner Gary Dickson said the company has been sending letters to Saskatchewan patients, advising them they now have their medical records.

Company handling patient records may not be in compliance with …
Regina Leader-Post
Commissioner Dickson said the company has been sending letters to The concern, said Dickson, is whether the physicians acted appropriately in entering

Saskatchewan doctors warned over Ontario company’s offer to store …
Winnipeg Free Press
Gary Dickson says he has concerns about information DOCUdavit Services Inc. outlines in promotional literature to physicians who may be retiring.

Health records advisory issued in Regina
Global
The Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner, Gary Dickson has identified services by DOCUdavit Services Inc. (DSI) as being inconsistent with The

Supreme Court Takes ‘Informational Privacy’ Case | Threat Level …
Wired
The US Supreme Court is agreeing to decide how much personal information the federal bureaucracy may acquire on its workers. The justices, without.

Google’s DC ties worry some consumer advocates
Boston Globe
The company declined to say how many candidates and groups it consults for, citing the privacy of campaigns who don’t want to be publicized.

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