Privacy and Your Health

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Deborah Estrin is a professor of computer science at Cornell NYC Tech, an open source advocate and the co-founder of the non-profit Open mHealth. She talks about how the data you generate about yourself -- through smartphones, your habits, and even sensors -- can be used to find clues about your health, and what the technology says about our privacy.

How uncomfortable are you with a company searching your online behavior for clues about your personal health? Your small data won’t be shared with others, but would be used to provide health recommendations.

-- One of the questions in our Privacy Conundrums Quiz