How can I write my own hub out side of the hubs already written?
I was wondering if I could write about a hospital and their privacy act?
I am confused as to what I can write and I don't want to over step my boundries........ ))
I would watch out for being libelous and plagiarism. I wouldn't write about a specific hospital if it was in a bad light. You can write about your experience at a hospital...I just wouldn't say which one specifically.
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