If you wear a FitBit, buy health items, google medical stuff, or post online about your health, you have a shadow medical record. Who's using it and why?
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An expert explains what individuals, governments, and business can do to fight back against ever-present threats to our data privacy.
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Uncrackable encryption keys made from images of 2,000 wiggling T cells could keep your data safe from hackers and security breaches.
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Manufacturers can collect our data from internet-enabled devices. A system called Prio protects privacy by breaking up and obscuring individual information.
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New research shows police could use forensic DNA to track down family members in public genealogy databases. But that may raise big privacy issues.
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