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It only takes a small inobservance and intimate information from SMS or data about intimate phone calls can get into unauthorized hands and cause a nuisance.
1) Owing to remarkable advances in instrument technology, automation, and computer science, the analytical variability is no longer the main problem to overcome for reliability and clinical utilization of laboratory diagnostics, as most laboratory errors currently occur within the preanalytical phase, mainly due to unawareness or inobservance of standardized protocols.
The action is the result of an alleged inobservance by Edizione of AGCM regulations contained in acts n.