Trust Information-Based Privacy Architecture for Ubiquitous Health

  title={Trust Information-Based Privacy Architecture for Ubiquitous Health},
  author={Michael Rigby and Michelle Rogers and Donald J. Willison and Pekka Ruotsalainen and Bernd Blobel and Antto Sepp{\"a}l{\"a} and Pirkko Nyk{\"a}nen},
  booktitle={JMIR mHealth and uHealth},
BACKGROUND Ubiquitous health is defined as a dynamic network of interconnected systems that offers health services independent of time and location to a data subject (DS). The network takes place in open and unsecure information space. It is created and managed by the DS who sets rules that regulate the way personal health information is collected and used. Compared to health care, it is impossible in ubiquitous health to assume the existence of a priori trust between the DS and service… CONTINUE READING
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