But, as we can see here, we can just leave it at, they have no sense. Period.
in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota sent out a letter to news outlets warning them that airing the sting videos can lead to a violation of patient privacy, according to KVLY-TV in North Dakota.Whose privacy, exactly?
The Center for Medical Progress ...
has used footage obtained through deceit and unlawful behavior,... footage yet to come is expected to represent an extreme violation of patient privacy by including footage of post-abortion fetal tissue ...
When your network decides whether to consider this story newsworthy, or whether to use any of this footage at all, we urge you to keep this in mind: The extremists who entered Planned Parenthood labs under false pretenses violated research protocol, and, worse, violated the privacy of patients involved. Those patients' privacy should not be further violated by having this footage shared by the media.
Does someone who donates her own tissue, (say, a tumor, or blood, or some other blob of cells,) to be used for research have an expectation that it won't be seen by ... strangers?
How specific, exactly are the authorizations PP gets from women upon whom they perform abortions?
Do those performing or facilitating research, (whether medical, cosmetic pharmaceutical or journalistic,) know the name or anything else of the
Again, I ask, whose privacy? who's being violated?