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Comment on Retiring the One-Party Consent Statute for Long-Term Care Residents' Rooms

Lynsie Zona recently published a Comment entitled, Retiring the One-Party Consent Statute for Long-Term Care Residents' Rooms, 50 Ariz. St. L.J., 1347-1378 (2018). Provided below is the introduction to the Comment. A recent article in the Arizona Daily Star opened… … Continue reading

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Blog Post: Wash. AG Raises Standard For Tribal Consent, Consultation

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Mental Health Apps Sharing Health Data Without Disclosure or Consent

A study shows that “92 percent of 36 mental health apps shared data with at least one third party — mostly services that help with marketing, advertising, or data analytics.” “About half of those apps did not disclose that third-party … Continue reading

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Informed consent to medical procedure

The claim in R B v Smith was based on an alleged failure by a surgeon (who performed a laparoscopic hernia repair on the appellant) to provide the appellant with sufficient information to enable her to give informed consent for the … Continue reading

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Privacy Commissioner proposes new guidance on crossborder transfers, requiring consent for all outsourcing

In seeking to revise crossborder dataflows, the OPC’s position would require consent for all transfers of personal information for processingThe Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) has initiated a consultation that proposes to completely reverse its previous guidance … Continue reading

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