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  1. “Lock This Whore Up”: Legal Violence and Flows of Information Precipitating Personal Violence against People Criminalised for HIV-Related Crimes in Canada, Alexander McClelland, 10 Eur. J. of Risk Reg. 132 (2019)

    This article addresses the implications of the multiple forms of personal data collection and sharing that amplify violence against persons targeted under HIV criminal and public health laws based on the perception that people living with HIV are threats ...

    admin - 3/9/2020 5:52pm

  2. HIV transmission networks among transgender women in Los Angeles County, CA, USA: a phylogenetic analysis of surveillance data, Manon Ragonnet-Cronin, et al., The Lancet (2019)

    The study’s authors trumpet the potential public health benefits of molecular data analysis but do not address concerns that molecular data analysis could be used without patients’ knowledge to target their communities or even individuals for increased cri ...

    admin - 1/10/2020 5:13pm

  3. Is HIV Molecular Surveillance Worth The Risk?, The Center for HIV Law and Policy, September 2019

    Is HIV Molecular Surveillance Worth The Risk? is a CHLP issue brief that sums up molecular surveillance-- the use of resistance testing results to identify PLHIV with related viral strains to determine sexual and needle-sharing networks. ...

    admin - 9/12/2019 11:52am