Use of data and privacy issues in the Covid-19 times
The use of sensitive, including health, data and the digitalisation of processes have been at the heart of projects meant to fight the Covid-19 pandemic. In light of the increasing usage of such data these last months, one should pay attention to how privacy is protected. An international overview of the policies in place, or being developed by regulatory authorities in different jurisdictions, may contribute to a dialogue about ‘best practices’ in the context of the protection of such data while Covid-19 is still spreading.
The webinar is part of a series of webinars, organised by the IBA Healthcare and Life Sciences Committee. It intends to capture the influence of the Covid-19 pandemic on the increasing use of private and sensitive data, the ability to control such use and whether there is a need to take legal measures in order to improve such control.
Topics to be discussed will include:
- The way health data has been used for prevention, diagnosis and care purposes in relation to Covid-19
- The use of Covid-19 health data for subsequent research purposes
- Health privacy in the labour context
- Traceability apps
- International transfers of data: means and purposes
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