The Electronic Frontier Foundation questions the bill to store personal health records on the blockchain

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has challenged the California Act of storing health records on the blockchain. The purpose of California’s proposed plan is to help alleviate the infection rate of new coronary pneumonia and keep high-risk groups away from harm. The EFF believes that storing any health records in a permanent ledger is disturbing, and it also means that ordinary citizens may disclose their health records to other non-medical professionals. In addition, EFF’s Adam Schwartz also believes that the immutability of the blockchain also means that incorrect diagnosis will not be deleted.