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December 8th, 2012, 16:10
I disagree.

First: confidentiality between health care provider and patient is a fundamental principle in health care, no matter who it concerns. Trying to get (and broadcast) that type of information is wrong.

Second: They didn't trick any stuffy official, they tricked and made fun of a common nurse.

Third: AFAIK the prank was recorded before it was aired, which means they could, without spoiling the fun, have asked the one they tricked if it was ok to broadcast it. That's just common decency.

But again: They can't be blamed for her suicide.

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