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My coworker uses this sentence to explain to our patients about our HIPPA Policy: "We cannot give your information out to no one."
The "no one" part catches me every time. I'd like to know if it's grammatically correct. I don't want to correct her when I don't even know if I'm correct. Is it "We cannot give your information out to no one", or "We cannot give your information to anyone" or "anybody"?
Please help!! It's driving me nuts!!!!