TSA Looks to VA and DoD for “Mental Defectives”

Military personnel and veterans with mental health issues could end up on the TSA’s “Watch List” and be denied access to commercial flights Who has access to the information is a primary concern.

{Whose medical and mental health records will be next for surveillance? As Congress moves rapidly to build a national Health Information Network, with open access to all 290 million American’s sensitive medical records by over 600,000 private corporations and government agencies, we can expect surveillance and all sorts of privacy violations of by fearful and grossly misguided people who happen to have legal access to the nation’s medical records. ~ Dr. Deborah Peel, Patient Privacy Rights}

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