Do people living with HIV have a right to protect their health data?

“Consequently, as new cases brought new issues and problems before the Court, the content of the right to privacy has found elaboration in these diverse contexts. These would include telephone tapping (PUCL), prior restraints on publication of material on a death row convict (Rajagopal), inspection and search of confidential documents involving the banker – customer … Continue reading Do people living with HIV have a right to protect their health data?