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The goal of the e-Health Code of Ethics is to make sure that people can confidently and with full understanding of known risks realise the potential of the Internet in managing their own health and the health of those in their care. It sets out eight principles which should guide the provision of health information on the Internet: candor, honesty, quality, privacy, informed consent, professionalism, responsible partnering and accountability


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The AIDSLEX (the AIDS and Law Exchange) web portal takes a rights-based approach to HIV and offers a space for people to communicate and share information, materials and strategies. It has an e-library; a people connector and regular online 'Ask the expert' discussions; as well as an open forum for AIDSLEX members to initiate or join in discussions. This is a tool for activists, community organisations, researchers, policy-makers, journalists, health workers and anyone looking for information about HIV, human rights and the law


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