Digging into celebrity medical records has a long history
Los Angeles Times, May 20, 2008
For decades, the tabloids have made a cottage industry of star ailments. But now, celebrity representatives say that a growing appetite for entertainment-related news, coupled with an increasing reliance on computerized record-keeping, has dramatically increased invasions of medical privacy.
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