The Ethics of Information Provision: A Case for Refugees
Journal of Information Ethics 2001 Fall; 10(2): 67-73
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A Case for Informed Consent? Indoor UV Tanning Facility Operator's Provision of Health Risks Information (United States) Heilig, Lauren F.; D'Ambrosia, Renee; Drake, Amanda L.; Dellavalle, Robert P.; Hester, Eric J. (2005-06)
A Bill to Repeal Section 2 of the Official Secrets Act of 1911, to Create a Public Right of Access to Official Information, and to Make New Provision in Respect of the Wrongful Communication and Handling of Official Information, and for Purposes Connected Herewith Unknown author (Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons, 1978)
Legislation: New Zealand. An Act (No. 55 of 1995) -- (a) To Make Provision for the Taking of Blood Samples for Use in Criminal Investigations; and (b) To Authorize -- (i) The Establishment of a Databank of Information Derived From the Analysis of Blood Samples Taken From Certain Persons; and (ii) The Use of Information From That Databank in Criminal Investigations; and (c) To Provide for Matters Incidental Thereto. Dated 24 October 1995. (The Criminal Investigations (Blood Samples) Act 1995). Unknown author (1996)