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By Alex Johnson
Dozens of women have returned to court, arguing that the Southern California Hospital, which has installed hidden cameras in three labor and retail spaces , violated their privacy while they were "emotionally and physically exposed, and under their most vulnerable conditions."
state of class action. This week was re-profiled by 81
As it was in 2016, Sharp HealthCare, a non-profit parent company in the hospital, recognized in her statement on Tuesday that she had installed motion-enabled cameras and computer monitors claiming they had to catch a thief or thieves responsible for the disappearance of powerful anesthesia from narcotic carts. 19659007] "Despite the fact that the cameras were intended to record only persons in the carts for the anesthesia, removal of drugs, others, including patients and medical personnel in the operating room, were sometimes visible to cameras and recorded," – said the medical company. 19659007] "We sincerely regret that our efforts to ensure the safety of drugs could cause any suffering to those we serve," he said, adding that the images taken by the cameras "were used f or only this case was not used again. "
The new lawsuit filed in San Diego's High Court sentenced to seek uncertain damages to a jury trial for confidentiality, illegal recording of confidential information, negligent filing emotional suffering and abuse are trusted of Duty & # 39; communication involving 1800 women.
She states that the "most sensitive sex" of patients was noticeable at the time and that the cameras were located where they can sometimes record female faces. 19659007] "I am the mother of four girls." Let me give you an example: "Jessica Lincoln, the main complainant, told NBC San Diego:" I am a pretty black and white man, how is it right and wrong, and that's wrong. "
Another complainant , Melissa Eskalera, said she was secretly recorded at the time of the birth of her daughter with an urgent caesarean section. "I did not plan to have a baby on September 4th," she said. – It was a very stressful and emotional time for my family and my doctor. . Nobody has ever asked me to write down one of my most tender moments that change life.
"I would never agree to be recorded at this vulnerable moment," she said. through litigation