N.D. autism database bill raises privacy concerns

03/31/2013 | Jamestown Sun (N.D.)

A North Dakota bill that would collect data on individuals with autism in one central database and require medical professionals to inform the state of autism diagnoses has some advocates concerned about privacy. However, bill supporters say the information would not include personally identifiable information and would help improve delivery of services.

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