According to WSJ , Google gathers personal health data of millions of Americans. Under federal law, hospitals are allowed to share such data, as long as they are used to improve the health care functions and help the patients.
That's a fallacy. Google will improve its health platform, which will be accessible only to the patients/customers of the medical centers that will buy it. It is not a public/community funded project for creating a public platform offered for free to every patient.
On top of that, sharing your medical data -as a patient- without consent, sounds like participating in a medical experiment, having no idea about it.
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