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Regulating The Sixth Sense: The Growing Need For Forward-Looking Data Privacy And Device Security Policy As Illustrated By Brain-Computer Interfaces, Hannah Gallagher Jan 2021

Regulating The Sixth Sense: The Growing Need For Forward-Looking Data Privacy And Device Security Policy As Illustrated By Brain-Computer Interfaces, Hannah Gallagher

Washington University Journal of Law & Policy

Many of today’s consumers are skeptical of the vast amounts of information technology companies are capable of gathering. Methods of collecting such data have become more invasive over time and have the potential to become compromised or abused. Gallagher urges policymakers to consider the regulations necessary to address privacy and security risks associated with emerging biotechnology such as brain-computer interfaces (“BCI”) without disrupting innovation incentives.This Note analyzes the current state of augmentative BCI technology, the trend of increasingly invasive technology, and proposed policy solutions for governing data privacy. Since BCIs will be collecting data on consumers’ neural signals ...


Information Governance: A Model For Security In Medical Practice, Patricia A. Williams Jan 2007

Information Governance: A Model For Security In Medical Practice, Patricia A. Williams

Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law

Information governance is becoming an important aspect of organisational accountability. In consideration that information is an integral asset of most organisations, the protection of this asset will increasingly rely on organisational capabilities in security. In the medical arena this information is primarily sensitive patient-based information. Previous research has shown that application of security measures is a low priority for primary care medical practice and that awareness of the risks are seriously underestimated. Consequently, information security governance will be a key issue for medical practice in the future. Information security governance is a relatively new term and there is little existing ...