Recent news headlines featured executives from Facebook and Twitter addressing individual privacy violations and data breaches. In the healthcare field, the right to privacy and consent to treatment is not new and actually dates back to the Hippocratic oath. However, on a recent visit to a physician’s office, do you recall the sign in process? Did you give your name and birth date orally to a clerk? Or did you sign a form and include your date of birth and/or other personal information on the sign-in sheet, for everyone to see? Could you see the names and personal information of people that signed in before you? These are examples of how your private information can be shared, accidentally, with others. Thus, client privacy and informed consent violations are not limited to companies such as Facebook and Twitter, but to health and human services organizations as well.