Freezing out the folks: default My Health Record settings don’t protect teens’ privacy

There are measures teenagers can take to protect sensitive details in their My Health Record. From
Melissa Kang, University of Technology Sydney and Lena Sanci, University of Melbourne As the opt-out period for the My Health Record continues, so too does the debate surrounding issues of confidentiality. While possible data breaches have generated widespread concern, for one group – teenagers – it may not just be hackers they want to keep

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