I don’t know, it seems like finding someone’s full name and birth date on social media isn’t really that hard, with or without the card, but maybe that information about where you got the shot and when could be used against you. It is private health information after all. Maybe it should stay that way?
This is ultimately the nightmare scenario for the internet if Section 230 is just wiped out. “Example: if platforms are made responsible for everything millions of users post on their sites, they will have to read it all first. This would mark the end of the internet as a forum for real time communication. It…
– Craig with a good explanation of why sending your photo evidence as inline images in an email is not ideal..
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The trends identified in the article are worth reading, but this passage made my eyebrows raise specifically: “Sooner or later, some client is going to want permission for a computer to snap a photo of the attorney working on their case to verify billing,” Knight says. “Why wouldn’t computers take screenshots of what they’re working…