(On Screen): Carl Schwartz was at a convenience store and saw some papers sticking out of a trash can. Pulling them out, he found that they were records of treatments of psychiatric patients from a nearby medical school. He said that it could have been "a privacy nightmare". Sounds like a reasonable fear to me.
His response, however, was perhaps counter-productive: he gave the papers to the Associated Press. Good thinking. Yup, that will keep it from becoming a "privacy nightmare". Of course, Schwartz is himself a newspaper editor, so the idea of quietly going to the medical school and showing them what he'd found, and otherwise keeping it quiet seems not to have occurred to him. Why let something little like patient privacy keep him from a good story?