people’s records were compromised.
call that her record was out in the open along with those of approx. 14,000
many of them were reluctant to let the fact surface in outer world.
incident is the Singaporean media.
who had access to all the records in question, is the main person who’s at
contained but an extreme emotional damage has been caused to the HIV infected.
victim’s HIV status was added to the national database.
health to keep a check on the infection and potential cases’ status.
compromised accompanied by the names and addresses of more than 14,000 people.
has been reported to be as, Mikhy Farrera-Brochez. The data and the access to
the registry had been wrested from his Singaporean doctor partner.
law states so. But he got convicted of fraud because he used someone else’s blood
to pass a mandatory HIV test.
and it’s not just him who’s behind it all. He also said that he had contracted
HIV in prison and that he was denied medication.
keeping track of gay men in the country because same-sex sex there is illegal.
negatively and cited that the statement is absolutely untrue.
of the US regarding the case.
the borders of Singapore, which got lifted in 2015.
permanent residencies in the country could dodge it.
This chaotic circumstance has made the citizens question the way records are
kept in security.
safeguarding the interests of the HIV patients in Singapore said that many
implementations exist which restrict the doctors from accessing such records.
who are infected and whose names are in those compromised records.
actually been contained or not.
careers for the infected.
The victims are seriously
concerned about the diaspora of the detailed information and the compromised