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Public Access Law Libraries | NYCOURTS.GOV

Photo - LibraryEach county must have a library with legal information that everyone can use. Legal information includes laws, court cases, and other materials that build and expand on the laws of New York State. Law libraries in some counties have legal resources that law libraries in other counties do not, but you can use the online library catalog, called Symphony, to find out what is available at the law library closest to you. Each law library has material that you can use online from your computer, as well as print materials that you can only use inside the library itself. Below, you can find a list of all the law libraries and their addresses, organized alphabetically by county.

 

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Albany County
Francis

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FAQ on Government Access to Medical Records

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Government Access to Personal Medical Information

(under the USA Patriot Act and the HIPAA regulations)

 

Introduction

If you have visited a doctor’s office, hospital or pharmacy over the past few months, you may have received a notice telling you that your medical records may be turned over to the government for law enforcement or intelligence purposes.[i] More often than not, these notices contain ominous language like:

National Security and Intelligence Activities Or Protective Services. We may disclose your health information to authorized federal officials who are conducting national security and intelligence activities or providing protective services to the President or other important officials.”[ii] 

These notices have heightened the growing public concern over the privacy of medical records and made it plain that the recent “Medical Privacy” rules – enacted under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) – offer patients

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Universal Access in the Information Society

This journal addresses the accessibility, usability, and, ultimately, acceptability of Information Society Technologies by anyone, anywhere, at anytime, and through any media and device. Universal Access in the Information Society (UAIS) focuses on theoretical, methodological, and empirical research, of both a technological and non-technological nature, that addresses equitable access and active participation of potentially all citizens in the information society. It features papers that report on theories, methods, tools, empirical results, reviews, case studies, and best-practice examples.

The Journal’s primary objectives are to:
– provide an archival publication channel for the discussion and advancement of theoretical and practical aspects of universal access in the information society
– facilitate the rapid and wide diffusion of scientific and technological results that promote universal access in the information society
– stimulate cross-fertilization between the different contributing disciplines.

  • Addresses the accessibility, usability, and, ultimately, acceptability of Information Society Technologies by anyone, anywhere, at anytime,
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Access Canberra – Home

Supporting Our Community: COVID-19 (Coronavirus) important details


To best support our staff and community, from Monday 6 April 2020, you can complete all Access Canberra transactions online or by calling 13 22 81, unless you are applying for a brand-new ACT driver licence.

Some key vehicle transaction (such as transfer and establishment of registration, changing of vehicle details and clearing of defects) can be completed here.

This means you do not need to visit an Access Canberra Service Centre for any other services.

We have also introduced a dedicated quiet period between 9 and 11am, to support vulnerable Canberrans and those with English as a second language who may not have access to our online services or who need assistance to do so.

If you believe you need to visit an Access Canberra Service Centre please call 13 22 81 before doing so.

For more information

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