Tag Archives: medical applications

The Future of Violating Your Privacy

Let’s discuss the personal information of the future – medical information.  Not just any information – information about your DNA.  (Please remember we don’t say personally identifiable information here at Big Data and the Law.) Miinome, a Minneapolis start-up is, … Continue reading

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Big Data Malpractice

Garbage in, garbage out.  Remember that?  Some related observations from the article we discussed in our last post: The word “data” connotes fixed numbers inside hard grids of information, and as a result, it is easily mistaken for fact. But … Continue reading

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