The Australian Senate Community Affairs Legislation Committee released a report on the My Health Records Amendment (Strengthening Privacy) Bill 2018, ZDNet reports. The committee recommended the bill to be passed, which would give citizens the ability to delete their health records completely rather than just making them inactive. Despite agreeing to pass the bill, Labor senators called the legislation "woefully inadequate." "The Minister for Health dismissed inquiries into the My Health Record as a 'stunt.' But the inquiry has revealed a range of serious flaws in the current legislation that are not addressed by the government's Bill," the Labor senators wrote.
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