Privacy vs. progress: research exceptionalism is bad medicine.

Abstract

Attitudes about privacy are changing in non-research settings, but these attitudinal shifts do not seem to be affecting the way regulators and ethicists think about the need to protect people from the risks of harm resulting from use of personal information in research studies (so-called "informational risks"). Increasingly, people routinely share personal… (More)

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