36-year-old still on practitioners' register but no longer has the certificate to practise and cannot access patient records
Campaigners said the leak would discourage LGBT+ people living with HIV from seeking help, fearing that their details will be compromised
Medical records for 14,200 H.I.V.-positive people in Singapore were obtained by an American and illegally disclosed online, officials said Monday, in the second major data breach of the country’s public health system in less than a year.
Following an alert by the Police, the Ministry of Health (MOH) has ascertained that confidential information regarding 14,200 individuals diagnosed with HIV up to January 2013, and 2,400 of their contacts, is in the possession of an unauthorised person. The information has been illegally disclosed online. We have worked with the relevant parties to disable access to the information.
A legal challenge being mounted against Alberta’s controversial law around gay-straight alliances went before a three-judge panel in Calgary on Monday.
The Delhi high court's verdict striking down Section 377 was preceded by years of hard, deliberate and targeted effort put in by the LGBTQ community’s activism, developmental agencies and NACO.
A cyberattack on Singapore’s public health system has compromised data from 1.5 million people, including Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, a cancer survivor, the authorities announced on Friday.
The app helped revolutionise the community’s approach to HIV. Sharing that data undoes all its good work
The same-sex dating app Grindr says it will stop sharing its users' HIV status with other companies, after it was discovered the app was allowing third parties to access encrypted forms of the sensitive data.
A data analysis conducted by an outside research firm, and independently verified by BuzzFeed News, shows that a popular gay dating app is sharing its users’ HIV status with two other companies. (Update: Late on Monday Grindr said it would stop sharing this information.)
At a jammed intersection in New Delhi, a passing parade of people announced their mission with a single word in Hindi, dicing it into short, snappy syllables.
The stories of those who survived detention and torture and are now living undercover in Putin’s Russia.