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Who Owns Your Health Data?

Companies are denying people access to their own data as security risks run rampant

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TToday, much of our lives — and our health — is observed digitally. We discuss what’s for dinner with our families and our dieting apps. Athletes improve their performance with the help of their watches’ personal metrics. Mothers watch their babies grow both in the flesh and on…

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Jayne Williamson-Lee

Jayne Williamson-Lee

Health and technology writer • grad student at Johns Hopkins • j-writer.com

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