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Re: [Full-disclosure] Undisclosed breach at major US facility
From: evilrabbi (evilrabbigmail.com)
Date: Wed Jul 26 2006 - 17:09:19 CDT
That's why you shouldn't tell people about things like that. Just keep them
to yourself and you'll be ok.
On 7/26/06, kaiser scapegoat <kaiser_scapegoathotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi -
> I only joined this list because I read about the "how to disclose a
> issue in Wired. I read through the posts, and it didn't look like anyone
> brought up my case. I'm the person who proved the press and government
> agencies prefer to portray the whistleblower as a hacker even if the info
> has been on a public web site for five years.
> Here's a timeline of my situation:
> I keep a blog on this issue here: http://corphq.livejournal.com
> What was surprising about my case was not that Kaiser attempted to frame
> - they've always been slime. What's upsetting is the way the press and the
> State of California enabled them by portraying me off the bat as a hacker.
> This made it impossible for me to get timely legal help. Even more
> is that even after the CA Dept. of Managed Health Care realized their
> mistake, they did nothing to fix the problem they had caused me. They
> publicly apologize for their press release, and they left the Order
> me on their web site. They pressured me into signing a "settlement" just
> cover their own ass, and then they broke their side of it. The actions of
> the DMHC were illegal to begin with since they have no jurisdiction over
> private citizens.
> It seems that it's okay with all of society that the State can take
> actions against me and I can be left to the HMO legal team wolves just
> because I'm a nobody and it apparently appeases public anxieties to punish
> the person who symbolizes the danger of medical records being posted on
> In the end, though, this is shooting the messenger, and that just assures
> that people in the future will be afraid to report this kind of security
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