I swear by that which I hold most sacred, that I will fulfill according to my ability and judgment this oath and this covenant:
I will apply reasonable measures to protect the welfare of the customers whose information I keep; I will keep in mind that this data they have granted me access to is theirs. Should I wish to own this, I will compensate the customer fairly.
That's it. Who would be averse to having something like this? It is a simple statement ensuring that the people who have access to your data will use it properly and compensate you if the transgress.
If you believe in what I am proposing please email me steven(dot)murphy(at)Greenwichdocs(dot)com I am currently working out how to implement this very important piece of trust into corporate ethic and standards when it comes to health and medical companies that provide health and medical services over the internet. This company should not be owned or part of any corporate consortium to "Get out in front" of this. Rather it should be a non for profit headed by a well balanced board of advisors. So, are you interested?
Steven A.R. Murphy MD
p.s. That 4th camp is full of people like me!