Your Personal Health Information Isn’t as Safe as You Think It Is… Should You Care?

Today’s Twitter thread summarizes my latest publication in the American Journal of Medicine with co-author Arnold J. Rosoff, building upon a series of papers and presentations we’ve done over the past couple years on data privacy in the most personal parts of your life: your body and your health…

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Social Search should change everything, BUT…

We are on the cusp of another period of disruption, this time fueled by rapid mobile internet adoption.  It only makes sense to look to filter and rank the fire hose of information.  Being able to do so via the people, places, and things a searcher finds important has a tangible value on the personal, social, and network level, not to mention a monetary impact for advertisers.

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