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Privacy

Read: Woman Claims Atchison Hospital Leaked Info to Her Alleged Rapist

Woman Claims Atchison Hospital Leaked Info to Her Alleged Rapist

She filed a lawsuit claiming an employee leaked personal information to her alleged rapist — who then sexually assaulted her again.

Read: FBI-related Hack Exposes Personal Info of Over 23,000 People

FBI-related Hack Exposes Personal Info of Over 23,000 People

The stolen materials include names, jobs, email addresses, and for some, street addresses, of over 23,000 people, 1,000 of which are in law enforcement.

Read: 81 Women Sue Sharp Grossmont Hospital for Secret Camera Recordings

81 Women Sue Sharp Grossmont Hospital for Secret Camera Recordings

The women claim that they were being recorded without permission while they were undergoing medical procedures at the hospital’s Women’s Center.

Read: Is Amazon’s Face-Detection Service Racially Biased? This Study Says Yes

Is Amazon’s Face-Detection Service Racially Biased? This Study Says Yes

Videos on YouTube revealed Amazon Rekognition even misclassified famous African-American women, like Michelle Obama, as men.

Read: Hacked! The 21 Most Devastating Cyber Attacks of 2018

Hacked! The 21 Most Devastating Cyber Attacks of 2018

Here are some of the most serious cyber attacks from 2018, as well as ways to protect yourself and your organization.

Read: Supreme Court Rules Police Need Warrant to Track Cell Phones

Supreme Court Rules Police Need Warrant to Track Cell Phones

Friday’s 5-4 decision reverses a previous ruling that cell phone location data is not protected by the Fourth Amendment and therefore doesn’t require a warrant.

Read: OCR: Protecting Data Involves Physical Security As Well As Cybersecurity

OCR: Protecting Data Involves Physical Security As Well As Cybersecurity

The OCR’s latest cybersecurity newsletter discusses the importance of physically securing devices with access to ePHI.

Read: Campuses Must Balance Security Technology with Privacy and Civil Rights

Campuses Must Balance Security Technology with Privacy and Civil Rights

A campus adopting any type of new security technology must not only investigate its benefits, but also its vulnerabilities and potential for abuse.

Read: N.J. Health Network to Pay $400K HIPAA Settlement After Vendor’s Cybersecurity Lapse

N.J. Health Network to Pay $400K HIPAA Settlement After Vendor’s Cybersecurity Lapse

An investigation found Virtua Medical Group failed to conduct a thorough risk analysis of the patient health records it sent to a vendor.

Read: Are Mass Video Surveillance Privacy Concerns Easing Amid Virtues?

Are Mass Video Surveillance Privacy Concerns Easing Amid Virtues?

Privacy concerns are undeniable as our planet is essentially under video surveillance around the clock, but all those imaging technologies are having a positive effect too.

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