Google’s collection of medical records sparks privacy concerns
The apparent whistleblower who revealed Google is collecting medical records from about 50 million Americans said “Project Nightingale” raised red flags, including a security risk of “placing medical data in the digital cloud.” Google said it’s using the information to improve health care and reduce medical costs, under strict privacy and security standards. Wired Editor-in-Chief Nick Thomson joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the privacy and security concerns.
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