A word of advice to anyone with a sexually transmitted disease: Warn any prospective sex partner or face the consequences.
On Tuesday, in a case that could have major implications for sexual privacy and, in particular, tens of thousands of people with HIV, the California Supreme Court seemed ready to impose liability on those who actually know — or should have some idea — that they have a sexually transmitted illness, but fail to tell their sex partner.
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