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Comment: Re:It's time to fine. (Score 2) 240

by jayhawk88 (#48039817) Attached to: Back To Faxes: Doctors Can't Exchange Digital Medical Records

It has nothing to do with the cloud. The problem here is that Vendor X really has no incentive to create interfaces to communicate with Vendor Y, beyond a customer willing to pay them to create said interface. And even then, the customer is only paying Vendor X, and not Vendor Y, so any assistance Vendor X gets from Y will be spotty at best.

And nothing about that is going to change until the federal government steps in and forces these vendors to play nice using a set of standards. It's a slow, messy, ugly, wasteful, and frustrating process, but it is the only way this problem is getting solved.

Comment: In other news... (Score 2) 134

by jayhawk88 (#47824747) Attached to: After Celebrity Photo Leaks, 4chan Introduces DMCA Policy

Kappa Beta Phi has announced that it has a under-aged drinking policy, which it expects it's members to respect.

The NSA has a policy against eavesdropping on phone calls, which it pinky promises it will observe.

And finally, Slashdot is instituting a "No Trolls" policy, which First Post, Natalie Portman Naked and Petrified.

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