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mHealth, Big Data and the Law

Are You Dying

Can the potential for cheaper, more effective, personalised healthcare ('mHealth') offered by wearable technology and smart apps be achieved without creating a Gattaca-style nightmare? The European Data Protection Supervisor's recent Opinion says it is essential to balance mHealth's potential with respect for individual privacy and autonomy.

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Weary, Stale, Flat, Unprofitable - and in breach of the Data Protection Act

Samaritans’ Radar Logo

Samaritans Radar: this misguided attempt to crowd-source support to the vulnerable on Twitter risking plunging one of the world’s most respected charities into a data protection nightmare. What can Twitter users alarmed by the new app do to protect themselves, apart from leaving Twitter altogether?

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Twitter Abuse: Law and Myth

Jane Austen

Caroline Criado-Perez is one in a long line of female campaigners who have suffered a violent tirade of on-line abuse after speaking out on sexism. Depressingly, the response to Criado-Perez has generated more heat than light.

In part, this may be because of prevalent myths about the legal status of Twitter (and other online platforms).

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