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  1. We are People, Not Clusters!, Edwin J. Bernard et al., American Journal of Bioethics (2020)

    This editorial outlines concerns with molecular surveillance of HIV and connects them with the ongoing fight, originating decades ago, demanding that people living with HIV are no longer treated as threats to the public. Building on issues raised by schol ...

    admin - 9/28/2020 3:56pm

  2. “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

  3. 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

  4. The impact of criminalization of HIV non-disclosure on the healthcare engagement of women living with HIV in Canada: a comprehensive review of the evidence, Sophie Patterson et al., Journal of the International AIDS Society (2015)

    The criminalization of HIV non-disclosure may undermine public health goals for women living with HIV (WLWH) in Canada. The authors reviewed a total of 23 articles published between 1998 and 2015. Evidence suggests that criminalizing HIV non-disclosure ca ...

    admin - 11/24/2019 12:44pm

  5. Constructing an “HIV-Killer”: HIV Non-Disclosure and the Techniques of Vilification, Erica R. Speakman, Deviant Behavior (2017)

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    admin - 8/16/2019 4:50pm

  6. Prosecution of non-disclosure of HIV status: Potential impact on HIV testing and transmission among HIV-negative men who have sex with men, Maya Kesler et al, PloS One (2018)

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    admin - 5/17/2018 5:18pm

  7. Nolan v. State of New York, 2018 N.Y. Slip Op. 00269 (N.Y. App. Div. January 16, 2018)

    In  Nolan v. State of New York, the Supreme Court of New York, Appellate Division, recognized that HIV stigma remains a significant social burden, holding that a model whose photograph was used in an HIV-related ad campaign by the New York State Departmen ...

    admin - 3/20/2018 7:37pm

  8. Releasing Stigma: Police, Journalists and Crimes of HIV Non-Disclosure in Canada, Kyle Kirkup, Ottawa Law Review (2015)

    Kyle Kirkup explores Canadian police and media practices that stigmatize people living with HIV (PLWH) and facilitate the public’s belief that HIV and PLWH are dangerous. ...

    admin - 10/22/2015 9:57am

  9. Discussing the Limits of Confidentiality: The Impact of Criminalizing HIV Nondisclosure on Public Health Nurses’ Counseling Practices, Public Health Ethics Volume 7, Number 3, Chris Sanders (2014)

    This article explores whether and how public health nurses in Canada try to control information about the limits of confidentiality at the outset of HIV post-test counseling. ...

    admin - 10/22/2015 11:12am

  10. Minors’ Constitutional Right to Informational Privacy, Helen L. Gilbert, University of Chicago Law Review (2007)

    This journal article recommends an alternative way of assessing minors’ informational constitutional privacy rights. While minors do enjoy constitutional protections for privacy, the author argues that their rights are not completely coextensive with those ...

    admin - 10/22/2015 11:35am

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