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2021·04·27

In Conversation with Dr. Natalie Banner: Creating Trustworthiness and Transparency in Health Data

Health data provides an incredibly valuable source of information for researchers, health professionals and those looking to improve public health services. The use and sharing of this data can enable early detection of diseases through diagnosis, the development of new treatments as well as improved standards of health and wellbeing across the population. This being said, health data, in comparison to many other forms of data, can often be extremely sensitive in nature. It is therefore crucial that we have robust ethical policies and regulatory standards in place to protect people's privacy and to uphold patient confidentiality. The implications of the lack of this kind of ethical infrastructure can be very serious and profoundly damaging to people’s relationship with public health services. 


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2021·04·16

Civil Liberties Under Covid-19

Silkie Carlo, Phil Booth, Eileen Chubb, Anthony Glees


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2021·04·05

The State of the Net by Mikko Hyppönen 

The State of the Net by Mikko Hyppönen 


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2021·03·16

Towards a Normative Evaluation of Personalization - Travis Greene

Travis Greene's Student Initiative Submission


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2021·03·16

Reclaiming the Narrative - Shannon McKinley

Shannon McKinley's Student Initiative Submission


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2021·03·16

Social Media Design, Autonomy and Snudges - Kyle van Oosterum

Kyle van Oosterum's Student Initiative Submission


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2021·03·16

Data Privacy: A Case Study of Mexican Telephone Legislation - Kenzo Balerdi & Nicolás Coppellotti

Kenzo Balerdi's & Nicolás Coppellotti's Student Initiative Submission


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2021·03·16

Living in the Era of Personalisation - Christina Varytimidou

Christina Varytimidou's WEDF2021 Student Initiative Submission


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