FOOL ME ONCE … WHY THE AMERICAN DATA PRIVACY ACT PROPOSAL FAILS TO ADEQUATELY DETER DATA PRIVACY VIOLATIONS
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The recent Supreme Court decision of Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization raises many questions regarding the privacy of health data. In this article, Melissa Mann discusses some concerns that may arise with the use health applications to track personal data and potential privacy laws that could be enacted to protect these users.
Constitutional Law | Health Law and Policy | Law
Mann, Melissa, "FOOL ME ONCE … WHY THE AMERICAN DATA PRIVACY ACT PROPOSAL FAILS TO ADEQUATELY DETER DATA PRIVACY VIOLATIONS" (2023). SLU Law Journal Online. 123.