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Protecting Study Subjects: Privacy in the Age of GPS

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Laurel Ranger of Endocrinology Adviser reports the results of a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. Big data usage in human biomedical research surges and there is “no one-size fits all solution to preserving privacy while using mobile location data in biomedical research.” The introduction of inexpensive location-based technology services such as GPS compounds a growing challenge of data protection and privacy expectations in the world of clinical research.

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