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News@Law, 10/16/2015

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Aljazeera America
How insurance providers deny hepatitis C patients life-saving drugs
...Rojas is one of an estimated 3.2 million Americans with hepatitis C, an infection that attacks the liver. In the United States, hepatitis C kills more people every year than HIV. Drugs like Harvoni promise to cure more than 90 percent of patients, yet many insurance providers only authorize treatment if a patient has extensive liver damage, or a “fibrosis score” of three or four...Some of these policies are on shaky legal ground, according to Robert Greenwald, director of Harvard Law School's Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation, Cambridge, Massachusetts. For example, Greenwald believes some state Medicaid programs are violating federal Medicaid law with excessive hepatitis C prior-authorization rules. In addition, private insurance companies are violating their own contracts, which promise to provide “medically necessary” services to covered patients. “They are completely abrogating their obligation to provide these services in hepatitis C solely based on cost,” Greenwald said.
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The Christian Science Monitor
Influencers: Revise copyright law so researchers can tinker with car software
In light of the Volkswagen scandal, the US should revise copyright laws so that people can legally tinker with automotive software, a majority of Passcode Influencers said....“‘Tinker’ is a tricky word -- automobiles are kinetic creatures, and no one wants to have even well-intentioned hackers applying patches that would lead to safety issues. But there’s not much security through obscurity, and it’s important and helpful for technically-inclined people to be able to review and understand the code on which their cars run, just as they’re entitled to try to take apart the physical pieces. In the longer term, we can devise ways to allow tinkerers to modify the code on their automobiles while being accountable should something go terribly awry.” – Jonathan Zittrain
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The Boston Globe
Cockatoo at large in Brookline, and residents aren’t happy
From the day he took up residence at Shawna Payne’s Brookline apartment eight years ago, Dino had problems...“This bird has an extraordinarily annoying screech,” said Nancy Gertner, a retired federal judge and a senior lecturer at Harvard Law School. She said she first hoped to trap Dino and return him to Payne, but would now be satisfied with chasing him off for good...Some neighbors, she said, are worried that Dino, a Goffin’s cockatoo, native to Indonesia, won’t survive the winter outside. “Candidly, we are no longer concerned about that,” Gertner said.
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