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An agency may disclose personal information to an adopted person that is limited to general background information pertaining to the adopted person's natural parents, provided that the information does not include or reveal the identity of the natural parents.

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An agency may disclose personal information to a child or a grandchild of an adopted person and disclosure is limited to medically necessary information pertaining to the adopted person's natural parents. The information, or the process for obtaining the information, shall not include or reveal the identity of the natural parents.

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A school principal/representative who observes a student's alcohol/drug intoxication may report to parent/guardian, unless it violates confidentiality in Section 49602 or 72621.

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When a pupil transfers school districts, to a private school, or from a private school, the school district or private school shall transfer the pupil's permanent record or a copy of the record upon request from the new school district or private school. The parent of the pupil must be notified of the transfer and her right to receive a copy of the record and to challenge the contents of the record.

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A school district is not authorized to permit access to pupil records to any person without written parental consent or under judicial order. However, exceptions exist for those requesting access for legitimate educational interests: school officials and employees of the district, members of a school attendance review board, and certain volunteer aides; officials and employees of other public schools or school systems; authorized representatives of the U.S. Comptroller General, the Secretary of Education, and administrative head of an education agency, state education officials, or the United States Office of Civil Rights; other state and local officials; parents of a pupil 18 years of age or older who is a dependent; a pupil 16 years of age or older or having completed the 10th grade who requests access.

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Subject to certain conditions and requirements, the Department of Justice shall make available to an out-of-state agency, for purposes of approving a prospective foster or adoptive parent, information maintained in the Child Abuse Central Index regarding a known or suspected child abuser who is a prospective foster or adoptive parent, or an adult living in the home of the prospective foster or adoptive parent. The out-of-state agency must have safeguards to prevent the unauthorized disclosure of information in any state-maintained child abuse and neglect registry, and to prevent the information from being used for other purposes besides background checks for foster/adoption placement cases.

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A physician and surgeon or dentist or their agents by their direction may take skeletal X-rays of the child with the consent of the child's parents or guardian for the purposes of diagnosing the case as one of possible child abuse or neglect and to determine the extent of the abuse or neglect. Neither psychotherapist-patient nor physician-patient privilege applies to the information reported in any court proceeding or administrative hearing.

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Women prisoners who participate in the survey sample of children of incarcerated parents shall provide written permission that allows the California Research Bureau access to their children's records like medical records (including drug or alcohol use and mental health). The California Research Bureau shall follow appropriate procedures to ensure confidentiality of the records and to protect the privacy of the survey participants and their children.

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An inmate in a correctional institution or juvenile facility may request an HIV or hepatitis B or C test of another inmate if he believes that he came into contact with the bodily fluids of that inmate. The chief medical officer shall decide on whether to submit inmate to mandatory testing. In the case of a minor in a juvenile facility, the facility must notify the parent of minor to be tested and obtain permission for testing.

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Lab test results for HIV/AIDS/hepatitis are to be sent to the parents of an incarcerated minor subject

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