[LINK] myhr website disclaimer

Bernard Robertson-Dunn brd at iimetro.com.au
Wed Jul 25 11:47:46 AEST 2018

On 25/07/2018 10:45 AM, JLWhitaker wrote:
> I'm going to play devil's advocate here.
> This website may rightly have used blanket language to say we aren't
> responsible for what we publish on this website. I know it's daft,
> because if they published something illegal, they can't say they
> aren't responsible for it. Of course they are. They control the content.
> Here's the devil's advocate part. I would guess this disclaimer is
> purely for the website, and not for the MyHealthRecord content.

AFAIK it is only for the website and I'm not suggesting anything else.

The gov't says "people should make an informed decision" This is the
site people are told to go to in the gov'ts parse propaganda brochures,
if you can find one, my GP and local Post office don't have them.

If the information is incomplete and untrustworthy, how the heck is
anyone supposed to make a valid, informed decision?

And on the subject of the myhr itself, if the person who "owns" their
myhr doesn't keep accurate, complete and up-to-date who does? Answer
nobody. If they don't have the internet and/or cannot figure out how to
operate it, even if it is only to read what is there, how are they
supposed to manage it? Answer they can't .



Bernard Robertson-Dunn
Canberra Australia
email: brd at iimetro.com.au
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