Monday, April 10, 2017

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ON THE GRAVES OF OUMagner v. Gallagher | Cato Institute

https://www.cato.org/publications/legal-briefs/magner-v-gallagher

Dec 29, 2011 - Magner v. Gallagher addresses the question of whether the FHA's ban on racial discrimination can be violated by someone who does not .R HERITAGE WE MUST MAKE GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABLE USSC MUST REOPEN THE MAGNER VS GALLAGHER  CASE   




 
"I'm embarrassed to say I'm from the city that kills the most people in our state."






                   
         Trying to transpose the Video of White Woman Disabled Katy Cummins-Bako  to my Blog
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Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Sharon4Mayor2018

         Hey Fred if i can scrapped together the $500
               lI may file   Changelling Constitutionality of Excessive Consumption  based on the Citys Ponzi Taxing Schemes.
                Got the Tax Statements still have the ROW assessments submitted to the County     http://www.rawstory.com/2013/10/st-paul-mayor-laughs-throughout-wacky-candidates-forum/

                NOTHING WACKY GOING BLIND OR EXPOSING PONZI TAXING SCHEMES 
      ON THE GRAVES OF TENANTS IN COMMONAT 1058 SUMMIT, GRAVES OF ALICE KRENGEL AND REV.MARYJANE DUCHENE.
                    AFFIANT RE PENALITY OF PURJURY, HAVEING BEEN REDUCED TO POVERTY,  WILL FILE FOR MAYOR AGAIN 2017














Tim Holden announces candidacy for St. Paul mayor - Pioneer Press

www.twincities.com/.../investor-says-hes-selling-st-paul-properties-to-run-for-mayor/
16 hours ago - Tim Holden campaigns for Mayor of St. Paul in front of the Ford Plant in Highland Park in October 2013. Holden announced Tuesday, March 21, ..
                   THEREFORE Notice to City Attorney Samuel Clark and Co. Attorney  John Choi  et al
                                  ISSUES   Separation of Powers  False Billings, Fraudulent Taxes to steal Propertys  We must Abolish DSI
                            Wilful Neglience to Answer via Electronic Commerce and to keep Records.
                             All law suits vs. City must be opened to the Public

$3.2M Fine for Failure to Protect Electronic Records

The Department of Health and Human Services Office of Civil Rights (“OCR”) fined a Texas hospital $3.2 million for its impermissible disclosure of unsecured electronic protected health information (ePHI) and non-compliance over many years with multiple standards of the HIPAA Security Rule.
Children’s Medical Center of Dallas filed breach reports with OCR in 2010 and again in 2013. The first report indicated the loss of an unencrypted, non-password protected BlackBerry device at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport on November 19, 2009. That device contained the ePHI of approximately 3,800 individuals. On July 5, 2013, the medical center filed a separate HIPAA Breach Notification Report with OCR, reporting the theft of an unencrypted laptop from its premises sometime between April 4 and April 9, 2013. The Hospital reported the laptop contained the ePHI of 2,462 individuals.
OCR’s investigation found that, despite knowledge of the risk of maintaining unencrypted ePHI on its devices as early as 2007 (identified through medical center’s own risk assessments), the medical center failed to implement risk management plans and failed to deploy encryption or an equivalent alternative measure on all of its laptops, work stations, mobile devices and removable storage media until at least April 9, 2013. When announcing the fine, OCR stated “a lack of risk management not only costs individuals the security of their data, but it can also cost covered entities a sizable fine.” This fine indicates that even with the change of administration, OCR seems likely to continue itsaggressive approach to HIPAA enforcement.
This action demonstrates again the importance of creating a culture of security where your employees are cognizant of the potential ill-effects of failing to safeguard personal information. This is especially true as OCR’s enforcement activities are not simply focused on the harm to individuals, but instead focus on compliance. HIPAA covered entities and business associates should regularly assess their risk of disclosing protected health information and – -just as importantly – address the issues identified during those assessments which would include the implementation of appropriate safeguards and conducting regular HIPAA training for employees.




$3.2M Fine for Failure to Protect Electronic Records

The Department of Health and Human Services Office of Civil Rights (“OCR”) fined a Texas hospital $3.2 million for its impermissible disclosure of unsecured electronic protected health information (ePHI) and non-compliance over many years with multiple standards of the HIPAA Security Rule.
Children’s Medical Center of Dallas filed breach reports with OCR in 2010 and again in 2013. The first report indicated the loss of an unencrypted, non-password protected BlackBerry device at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport on November 19, 2009. That device contained the ePHI of approximately 3,800 individuals. On July 5, 2013, the medical center filed a separate HIPAA Breach Notification Report with OCR, reporting the theft of an unencrypted laptop from its premises sometime between April 4 and April 9, 2013. The Hospital reported the laptop contained the ePHI of 2,462 individuals.
OCR’s investigation found that, despite knowledge of the risk of maintaining unencrypted ePHI on its devices as early as 2007 (identified through medical center’s own risk assessments), the medical center failed to implement risk management plans and failed to deploy encryption or an equivalent alternative measure on all of its laptops, work stations, mobile devices and removable storage media until at least April 9, 2013. When announcing the fine, OCR stated “a lack of risk management not only costs individuals the security of their data, but it can also cost covered entities a sizable fine.” This fine indicates that even with the change of administration, OCR seems likely to continue itsaggressive approach to HIPAA enforcement.
This action demonstrates again the importance of creating a culture of security where your employees are cognizant of the potential ill-effects of failing to safeguard personal information. This is especially true as OCR’s enforcement activities are not simply focused on the harm to individuals, but instead focus on compliance. HIPAA covered entities and business associates should regularly assess their risk of disclosing protected health information and – -just as importantly – address the issues identified during those assessments which would include the implementation of appropriate safeguards and conducting regular HIPAA training for employees.
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