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The U.S. Government’s Mass Collection of Immigrant DNA Hints at Surveillance Future

Popular health websites are sharing private, personal medical data with big tech companies, according to an investigation The genetic data will be added to an FBI database for violent criminals

08 Janvier 2020, One Zero Medium

This week, the United States government will begin collecting DNA samples from thousands of people detained by immigration officials…Read more >>> 

 

 

Data privacy concerns hamper adoption, use of personal medical devices

While Americans think consumer tech is driving more connected relationships with their providers, they also see voice technology and AI with a skeptical eye.

08 Janvier 2020, Healthcare IT News

Despite the push towards healthcare digitalization and the rise of personal medical devices, just 38 percent of Americans believe proper safeguards are in place to protect their personal health data…Read more >>>