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Girls’ Strip Search Leaves Police Red In The Face Young Students’ Parents Get Apology For Investigation Of Missing Property

When makeup, jewelry, CDs and some cash turned up missing from a middle school locker room, police allegedly strip searched up to 30 girls, telling them to lift their shirts, …


Protection Of Medical Records Urged

Donna Shalala, the secretary of Health and Human Services, urged Congress Thursday to set comprehensive federal standards to protect the confidentiality of medical records. But she said lawmakers must not …


Law Would Guard Medical Records White House Measure Prohibits Insurers, Others From Checking Private Information

Clinton administration officials say they will soon propose a comprehensive federal law to protect the privacy of medical records, to let consumers inspect their own files and to punish any …


Employer Is Watching You Many Record Voice Mail, Review Computer Files And Videotape Workers

Feel like the boss is watching your every move? You might be right. Nearly two-thirds of employers record employee voice mail, e-mail or phone calls, review computer files or videotape …


Couple Needs Loan After Being Fined For Taping Gingrich Call

A couple say they are taking out a bank loan to pay $1,000 in fines for illegally taping a cellular phone call in which Newt Gingrich talked about his ethics …


Two Charged For Taping Gingrich Call Florida Couple Faces Mildest Charge Possible For Violation Of Privacy Act

The Justice Department filed charges Wednesday against a Florida couple who said they had intercepted and recorded a conference call last December between House Speaker Newt Gingrich and other Republican …


As Irs Gets Your Tax, Bill Gives Snoopers Ax

Nobody can stop the tax collector from coming next Tuesday, the day federal income tax returns must be filed. But Sen. John Glenn, D-Ohio, and others declared Tuesday that they’re …


Schools, Parents Need To Take Control Pro Drug Testing Playing Ball Is Not A Civil Right

Tsk, tsk. The U.S. Supreme Court has said that when a drug-abuse epidemic invades a public school, it’s OK for the school to require that all student athletes undergo urinalysis. …


Students Don’t Need More Accusations Con Drug Testing Who Will Decide Who Gets Tested?

Apparently, Constitutional rights are something you grow into. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled as much this week when it decreed high school athletes are subject to random drug tests whether …