Under Observation: The Interplay Between eHealth and by Samantha Adams,Nadezhda Purtova,Ronald Leenes

By Samantha Adams,Nadezhda Purtova,Ronald Leenes

The essays during this e-book make clear the technical, criminal, moral, and social elements of the interplay among eHealth applied sciences and surveillance practices. The ebook starts off out by means of proposing a theoretical framework on eHealth and surveillance, by means of an creation to many of the principles on eHealth and surveillance explored within the next chapters. concerns addressed within the chapters contain privateness and knowledge security, social popularity of eHealth, comparatively cheap and leading edge healthcare, in addition to the privateness facets of worker wellbeing courses utilizing eHealth, using cellular health and wellbeing app info by means of insurance firms, ads and legislation enforcement, and the ethics of massive information use in healthcare. A final bankruptcy attracts at the past content material to discover the thought that individuals are ‘under observation’, bringing jointly hitherto unrelated streams of scholarship drawn to remark: eHealth and surveillance experiences. briefly, the publication represents a primary crucial step in the direction of cross-fertilization and provides new insights into the felony, moral and social importance of being ‘under observation’.

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