Mental Health Apps Deceptively Selling Data, Human-Centered Computing Expert, Dr. Kelly Caine, Interview and Reflections

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Steve and Gerry discuss recent research discovering mental health applications that are sharing personal data without informing the user, and the implications this practice has for individuals. Clemson’s Dr. Kelly Caine is interviewed on her work around her paper “Privacy is Health” and the bioethical implications of technology diagnosing individuals that are not seeking treatment.

As always they end with One Cool Thing.

Show Notes

Resources:

Mental Health Apps Selling Data

https://www.theverge.com/2019/4/20/18508382/apps-mental-health-smoking-cessation-data-sharing-privacy-facebook-google-advertising

Privacy is Health

https://kellycaine.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/2016-ieee-pervasive-column-privacy-is-healthy-caine.pdf

Dr. Kelly Caine: twitter: @kellycaine
Clemson Human Technology Lab:
Wearable Platforms for mHealth Research
HomeSHARE initiative is a geographically distributed test-bed to design, develop, and evaluate pervasive home-based technologies for aging-in-place.
Kellie Caine’s book:

One Cool Thing

20 year anniversary of laser mouse

https://gizmodo.com/20-years-ago-microsoft-changed-how-we-mouse-forever-1834274151

CISO Desk Reference Guide

https://cisodrg.com/

Contact

Email infosecicu@musc.edu

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