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The above assessment of identifiability risk must be performed on a case-by-case basis, taking into account the risks and benefits to the covered entities intention to use or re-use the data set. (See Table 7 for a sample summary of this assessment). Although the expert may apply generally accepted statistical or scientific principles to compute the likelihood that a record in a data set is expected to be unique, or linkable to only one person, within the population to which it is being compared, this will likely require a more qualitative or subjective consideration to assess the risks and benefits of each potential disclosure mitigation option.

Although it is impossible to guarantee zero risk of disclosure, the expert must try to be as conservative as possible and ensure that the lowest level of risk is maintained. Because of the difficulty in applying a universal and uniform risk assessment across all covered entities and health information sets, the expert must tailor the solution to the risk preferences of the covered entity.

Yes. If the expert has already completed the above assessment and has recommended that the information not be disclosed, then the expert can only certify that it would be impossible to re-identify the individual by using the restricted data set. On the other hand, if the expert has previously certified that the information could be re-identified, the expert must certify that the risks of such a disclosure have been mitigated and are consistent with the risk-mitigation preferences of the covered entity.

Yes. An expert can analyze multiple factors that may impact the users overall risk exposure to disclosure of health information, including information about the covered entity, the individuals likelihood of re-identification, the targeted risks to privacy that the information poses, and the intended uses or other requirements of the data set. Each of these factors may be analyzed independently or in relation to the other factors. For instance, the likelihood of re-identification is the most important factor, but the other factors will impact the relevancy and legitimacy of the likelihood of re-identification. Each factor should be assessed for risk and weighed against the benefits of sharing the data set. Generally, the expert will consider the factors in order of their relative weight. From a risk perspective, the risk of re-identification will have the most influence, followed by the potential risks to privacy. As with prior mitigation strategies, the expert may be responsible for conducting such a risk analysis. 81555fee3f

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Timezones in Functor and Traversable in Haskell

I want to simply parse a field which has the value of "Saturday, 1 Jul 2009 04:00:00 GMT+01" in a string in Haskell.

The parse function checks the whole value against a dictionary of timezones/day names to identify the timezone. But when I run this code it is always in GMT time.

So I want to know if I should create a new timezone for this function, or just convert it to a string and try to break it down by finding out each of the timezones/days.

My solution:

timezone :: String -> IO String

timezone s = do

    uu  putStr "Invalid input"