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Wall Street Journal – Heart Gadgets Test Privacy-Law Limits

Our members Hugo Campos and Amanda Hubbard featured in this great piece in the Wall Street Journal Heart Gadgets Test Privacy-Law Limits http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203937004578078820874744076.html?mod=WSJ_hpp_LEFTTopStories Very extensive and well...

A New Conversation About Health Privacy: Who’s In?

Facebook has sparked a new debate about privacy and I think it’s time to bring it to health care. What does it mean when millions of people flock to share/overshare information, even as Facebook’s default privacy settings have slowly become openness...

Privacy can kill, openness can heal

If you follow Jeff Jarvis on Twitter or read his blog, you know (maybe more than you wanted to) about his fight against prostate cancer. I’ve mostly paid attention to what he’s written about technology and journalism, but check out this excerpt from his...

Health 2.0 and Privacy Lost

In all the hype surrounding the latest Internet bubble, we’re faced with user-generated content and meaningless marketing terms like “Health 2.0” which are used to suggest everything and nothing all at once. Whatever definition of Health 2.0 you can...

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