Everyone leaves behind a digital fingerprint – whether it be the sites you visit, the apps you use, or the videos you watch. This is tracked by companies all over for use in their business goals. This can range from advertising to curating content to keep you clicking.
But when a company goes out of its way to gather data of a medical nature the ethical lines start to blur.
Google has been on the path to collecting all kinds of medical data from citizens through a variety of means. Is it fair for them to do so?