Weak and fragmented healthcare privacy regulations are failing to provide adequate federal laws to protect personal health information collected by wearable devices that are increasingly popular with consumers.
That’s the conclusion of researchers from the American University in Washington, D.C., and the Center for Digital Democracy, who analyzed the privacy and security risks of wearable technology and the big data they generate that are part of a growing connected health ecosystem.
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