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07/15/2014

Police Won’t Use Nude Photos of Va. Teen as Evidence in Sexting Case, Attorney Says

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06/30/2014

Facebook responds to criticism of its experiment on users

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04/23/2014

Would you share your DNA info to advance medicine?

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04/17/2014

French School Carries out DNA Dragnet in Rape Case

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04/02/2014

PatientsLikeMe Launches “Data for Good” Campaign to Encourage Health Data Sharing to Advance Medicine

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03/27/2014

Yahoo updates methodology in new transparency report

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02/27/2014

British spy agency collected images of Yahoo webcam chats

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02/11/2014

Did AOL CEO Tim Armstrong Violate HIPAA?

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12/15/2013

New public attitudes about access to medical information, bio tissue for research

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11/13/2013

Many Would Give Private Info to Health Insurers to Save Money

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