This blog spotlights issues and topics explored in my LIS 2194: Information Ethics graduate course—Technology Ethics, Privacy, Surveillance, Data Harvesting, IoT, Intellectual Property, AI Algorithms, Independent Press, Free Speech, Censorship, Cyberhacking, Weaponized Information, National Security, Cyberbullying—as well as Ethics topics of a more general nature, such as Integrity, Equality, Truth, Justice, Accountability, Civil Discourse, Transparency, Conflicts of Interest, and Inclusion.
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Privacy Concerns in Emerging Technologies; American Bar Association Webinar: Thursday, May 25, 2017
The rise in health information technology and wearable devices has brought innovative models of healthcare delivery, as well as increasing privacy risks and compliance concerns. Join our expert faculty as they discuss privacy issues confronting emerging technologies.
Topics will include:
Applicability of HIPAA to technology companies
Office for Civil Rights (OCR) guidance on HIPAA and cloud computing
Increasing Focus on Patient Right of Access
Recent enforcement settlements affecting emerging health care technologies and developers
Privacy considerations in the era of the Internet of Things (IoT)/Wearables