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Patient Data Posted Online in Major Breach of Privacy

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Diane Dobson, of Santa Clara, Calif., said her "jaw dropped" on Saturday when she intercepted the letter from Ms. Meyer addressed to her 21-year-old son, who she said had received emergency psychiatric treatment at Stanford in 2009. Ms. Dobson said it could have been disastrous if her son, who lives at home, had learned that his name was linked to a mental health diagnosis.

Intercepted?? Is that another way of saying she opened his mail? And I agree, I think it will be disastrous to her son to learn she just announced his mental illness to the entire world.

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