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Software Spots Sensitive Traces in Health Records

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New software could give people greater control over how their personal health information is shared between doctors and medical institutions—provided that enough health providers decide to use the system.

 

Today a patient’s data typically stays within a hospital group or doctor’s practice. If you get care elsewhere you are essentially a blank slate unless a special request for your data is made, in which case the entire record becomes accessible. But many patients may not want their entire medical history to be accessible by everyone they see, so there is pressure to develop tools that can be used to limit access. One tricky issue is that redacting details of a diagnosis may not remove all the clues as to that condition, such as prescribed drugs or lab tests.

 

A new tool developed by computer scientists at the University of Illinois can figure out which parts of a record may inadvertently reveal aspects of a patient’s medical history. The idea is that as data-sharing proposals advance, the patient would decide what parts of his or her record to keep private. A clinician would get advice from the technology on how to amend the record to ensure that this occurs.

 

The software bases its recommendations on a machine-learning analysis of many other medical records. This reveals what details could be associated with things like mental health episodes, past drug abuse, or a diagnosis of a sexually transmitted disease when the record is shared with another hospital or doctor. The tool could eventually automatically remove those additional details to keep that information confidential.

 

 more at http://www.technologyreview.com/news/528576/can-software-make-health-data-more-private/ 

 

 

 

 

 


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Digitopoly | Another choice: The Intellectual Property Strategy

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Over the past two weeks, I have been outlining broad strategic options for entrepreneurs of which a disruption strategy is just one choice. The concept is that a given entrepreneurial idea can be commercialised in many ...
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PR industry body signs deal with copyright enforcer - MuMbrella

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PRIA's Registered Consultancy Group signed the deal with Copyright Agency, a company which enforces copyright claims on behalf of rights holders such as newspapers and online publishers.
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Music for Photographers — Copyright Issues | Photofocus

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We live in an ultra connected world where the amount of media seemingly free for the taking is virtually unlimited. This is not a rant on stealing, fair use or copyrights for that matter. It's really some thoughts on creating and ...
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Jean Michel Jarre: “Our Battle About Intellectual Property Is Not ...

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In a new interview, electronic music pioneer and president of the International Confederation of Authors and Composers Societies (CISAC) Jean Michel Jarre shared his thoughts on the Internet, intellectual property and how ...
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FiftyThree Files Trademark Application For The Term "Paper" | Fast ...

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FiftyThree Files Trademark Application For The Term "Paper". The news comes a day after the company, which produced the award-winning Paper app, called on Facebook to stop using the term for its new storytelling app.
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"3D Printing and the Future (or Demise) of Intellectual Property" by John Hornick

This presentation explores the intersection—and some would say the head-on collision—between 3D printing and intellectual property (IP). Illustrating this high level and entertaining presentation with examples of advances in 3D printing and materials, John Hornick explores the implications for IP and the world and addresses challenging questions, such as: How will the democratization of manufacturing affect IP? How can protection from infringement be balanced with the ability to innovate? Does IP stimulate or stifle innovation in the 3DP space? Is the existing IP regime up to the task, or is IP fundamentally in conflict with a 3D printed world? Who will win the tug of war between IP and open innovation? Will IP survive, or are we headed for a worldwide open technology community?


John F. Hornick is a Partner at Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, L.L.P.


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IP: A 'weapon' for all businesses - Business First of Buffalo (blog)

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Businesses need patents to protect products and trademarks to protect their brand.
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Google and Samsung agree to license each other's patents for 10 years

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It's no secret that Google and Samsung need each other given that Samsung dominates Android device sales. It only makes sense, then, that the two

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7 tips: Protect your intellectual property when licensing - Supply Management

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How does IP relate to cyber-security? - Intellectual Property - Microsoft Business UK

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Online security may be a concern to internet users, but it's a far bigger worry to companies whose most important assets are digital ones. Here, we focus on two IP assets that could be vulnerable to online attack - databases and software code.

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there is other point focus on IP address relative with network security in business area. The article give some reasons for why IP address effect on network security. 

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Marvin Gaye family wins victory in 'Blurred Lines' copyright case - HitFix

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HitFix Marvin Gaye family wins victory in 'Blurred Lines' copyright case HitFix The Gayes had accused EMI of not pursuing a copyright infringement case against Thicke because "Blurred Lines" has similarities to Gaye's "Got to Give It Up." A Los...
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High-tech cars spark fears of auto patent wars - Financial Times

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High-tech cars spark fears of auto patent wars Financial Times An arms race between manufacturers to dominate the future market for green cars has sent patent activity to record highs and sparked worries of an intellectual property war similar to...
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Disruptive Forces that are Shaping the Future of Technology

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Supreme Court Rules 6-3 That Aereo's Retransmission Violates Copyright Law - Mondaq News Alerts (registration)

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Tyler Perry Wins Trademark Battle For “What Would Jesus Do” - AllHipHop

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(AllHipHop News) If you're wondering What Would Jesus Do on stage, in a movie and/or on TV, it will more than likely be a Tyler Perry Production.
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The ultimate patent troll is going to trial against Google and Motorola - The Verge

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Amid Proposals, Ambassadors Fail To Unlock WIPO Talks On TK, GRs

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The World Intellectual Property Organization committee working on ways to protect genetic resources and traditional knowledge opened a weeklong meeting yesterday by gathering country ambassadors to try to inject ...
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Thomas Pink files lawsuit over ‘Pink’ trademark

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A UK luxury shirt maker and a women’s clothing company have become locked in a dispute over a trademark relating to the colour pink. 


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Paydiant wins patent for smartphone-ATM transaction solution

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Several months after rolling out a solution that enables ATM transactions from smartphones, the Boston-based mobile payments provider Paydiant (Will be interesting to keep an eye on #mobilemoney techs like @Paydiant with their new QR code for ATM ...

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Microsoft renames cloud storage service 'OneDrive' following trademark case - CTV News

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Sheldon Richman Says Intellectual Property Fosters Corporate ...

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How can someone who supports property rights in physical objects deny property rights in intellectual products, such as the useful application of scientific.
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New York's Attorney General Puts Patent Trolls on Notice - Inc.com

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Ars Technica New York's Attorney General Puts Patent Trolls on Notice Inc.com Tuesday morning, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced a settlement with alleged patent troll MPHJ Technology, which resolves hundreds of law suits MPHJ...
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Russia's Matryoshka doll to become trademark of Federal Agency - The Voice of Russia

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Protect your intellectual property, Amicus urges businesses - Royal Gazette

Protect your intellectual property, Amicus urges businesses Royal Gazette Ms Webb explained that according to the World Intellectual Property Office: “Intellectual property refers to creations of the mind, such as inventions; literary and artistic...
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