Posts Tagged ‘privacy’

Dynamic Human Environmental Exposome Revealed by Longitudinal Personal Monitoring: Cell

Saturday, November 3rd, 2018

Dynamic…Environmental #Exposome Revealed by
Longitudinal…Monitoring, by @SnyderShot lab QT: “Developed…method to monitor personal airborne biological & chem. exposures & followed…15 individuals for up to 890 days & >66… locations.”

text mining and privacy

Sunday, August 5th, 2018

Don’t quote me: reverse identification of research participants in social media studies

John W. Ayers,
Theodore L. Caputi,
Camille Nebeker &
Mark Dredze

npj Digital Medicine
volume 1, Article number: 30 (2018)

Leonardo Da Vinci’s DNA

Sunday, July 1st, 2018

original announcement here: Rumors that they will make his DNA public very soon.

DNA by numbers

Tuesday, June 26th, 2018
work related to DNA leakage in daily life

To monitor the health of cities’ residents, look no further than their sewers

Saturday, June 16th, 2018

To monitor the health of cities’ residents, look no further than their
sewers Urban metabolism metrology & wastewater-based epidemiology. Big application is measuring illicit drugs. Interesting #privacy issues.

Analyzing 1.1 Billion NYC Taxi and Uber Trips, with a Vengeance

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018

Thoughts on @R_Thaler & @CassSunstein’s Nudge General points about human decision making, with practical
implications for one’s day-to-day life HT @Rozowsky

Digital Photocopiers Loaded With Secrets

Saturday, May 19th, 2018

Digital Photocopiers Loaded With Secrets Suspect people will increasingly think of the “data residue” that unwittingly leave on things – & want to be clean! #Privacy HT @ProfLHunter

“Nearly every digital copier built since 2002 contains a hard drive – like the one on your personal computer – storing an image of every document copied, scanned, or emailed by the machine.

In the process, it’s turned an office staple into a digital time-bomb packed with highly-personal or sensitive data.

If you’re in the identity theft business it seems this would be a pot of gold.

“The type of information we see on these machines with the social security numbers, birth certificates, bank records, income tax forms,” John Juntunen said, “that information would be very valuable.”” “}}

A space oddity | 1843

Sunday, February 25th, 2018

A space oddity @TrevorPaglen’s art to show the hidden surveillance state & the shape of the corporate data mining “octopus” #DataArt

Credit scores, cardiovascular disease risk, and human capital | Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Wednesday, February 21st, 2018

Credit scores, cardiovascular disease risk & human capital Non-obvious correlations creating potential #privacy risks

Genetics of the human face: Identification of large-effect single gene variants

Friday, February 16th, 2018