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Topics: medical privacy

New Privacy Video by PRI



PRI has released another short, humorous cartoon! This time, it’s a Schoolhouse Rock-style starring your medical records, and showing just how much danger your privacy actually is in. The video, available for viewing here, is only a minute and a half long. But in the snappy, humorous style that has come to define PRI’s cartoons, it explains how existing laws leave your medical records very vulnerable–to everyone from from government officials to insurance companies. “Even …

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New Cartoon on Medical Privacy by PRI



Front Royal, VA, 03/19/12 — The Population Research Institute (PRI) has released another short, humorous cartoon — this time explaining the issue of medical privacy, and some of the threats posed by electronic medical records. The video — available at pop.org/medical-privacy — is a minute and a half long. In the snappy, humorous style that has come to define PRI’s cartoons, it explains how existing laws leave your medical records wide open to everyone from …

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In Defense of Phill Kline



  25 February 2008     Vol. 10 / No. 8 Dear Colleague, Phill Kline has taken on Planned Parenthood. We must let him know that he is not alone. Steven W. Mosher IN DEFENSE OF PHILL KLINE In 2005, Planned Parenthood listed this man as one of “Seven Politicians You Don’t Want In Your Bedroom.” He has been called an “anti-abortion zealot,” and a “crusader.” He has been accused of putting his own religious convictions ahead …

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News from Latin America: Preserving Parental Rights and the Traditional Family in Panama



Three months ago, a Panamanian couple contacted our Latin America office in Lima. Mr. and Mrs. Juan Francisco y Gabriela De la Guardia had heard about our support to pro-lifers in Nicaragua to help them keep abortion illegal in that Central American country. Now the issue that required PRI’s assistance was a bill attacking parental rights in their country. After nine weeks working together at a distance, I finally arrived in Panama City to meet …

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Preserving Parental Rights in Panama



31 December 2007     Vol. 9 / No. 48 Dear Colleague, We report today on a pro-life victory in Panama, where PRI assisted local pro-lifers in turning back a UNFPA-sponsored attack upon the family. Happy New Year! Steven W. Mosher Preserving Parental Rights in Panama Three months ago, a couple from Panama contacted the PRI Latin America office in Lima. Mr. and Mrs. Juan Francisco and Gabriela De la Guardia had heard about the strategic support …

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