Good morning, Anonymous.
In an ongoing court case, the US Drug Enforcement Agency has argued that citizens have no "expectation of privacy" for any medical records that are ever provided to any third party.
You mission, should you choose to accept it, is to take them at their word. Find the medical records of as many of the following people as possible: members of the DEA, attorneys for the DEA in this case, and any judge at any level of the US judiciary who has ever ruled against citizens' privacy. Publish said records. After all, according to the DEA's own argument, they have no expectation of privacy. No harm, no foul.
Good luck, Anonymous. This posting will self-destruct in five seconds.