- Should data-trade be prohibeted?
- Nextcloud health app doesn’t sell your data
- Trust Services for Children in Europe
Newsletter vom 23. April 2021
There is a whole wave of new apps becoming available that can store your electronic health records from hospitals or doctors. As health data is easy to monetize, these apps tend to be “free” for users – insurance companies are happy to pay for it. The Kailona app is here to offer a real alternative. It supports the standards used by doctors and hospitals to exchange data, and gives you the ability to decide who to give access, to what and for how long. #health-data #privacy
A bird’s-eye view of the corporate topography reveals that, even aside from the big tech titans, more and more companies are acquiring talented AI teams at ever faster rates. Not all AI applications are treated equally, however, and what’s telling is the data on the type of technology that’s being bought in these acquisitions, as it offers a window into how AI might significantly change certain industries in the coming years. #ai #health-data #privacy
Discussions amongst EU member states on how to approach plans for digital vaccination certificates are taking place in a new “ad-hoc working group”, a format that is not likely to foster transparency – particularly given that the group has said it will not be keeping “minutes as such”. #eu #health-passport
This working paper is intended to stimulate discussion on matters requiring closer investigation when developing the European data economy in the years to come. We want to challenge societal actors and companies to a common debate on the construction of a management model that is fair to all. #data-economy #european-data-strategy #sitra