Utah... suspects morphine tampering. So...

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danny burstein

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May 16, 2015, 7:27:58 PM5/16/15
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so... police officer pulls up the centralized, State mandated, medical and
prescription drug records for 480 workers.

No warrant needed.

So much for HIPAA

(Say, could they do the same for police medical records?)

"The database tracks patients' prescriptions for medications used to treat a
long list of common medical conditions, and the records can reveal extremely
sensitive health information. But unlike some other states, Utah doesn't
require police to get a warrant before accessing this private data. "

https://www.aclu.org/news/aclu-utah-and-aclu-file-friend-court-brief-prosecution-based-egregious-breach-medical-privacy?redirect=technology-and-liberty/aclu-utah-and-aclu-file-friend-court-brief-prosecution-based-egregious-breach

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