Privacy Conceptualized: Consequences, Control, and Inferential Fertility of Information
Lisa Parker and Valerie Satkoske are exploring the implications of different ways of conceptualizing the nature, goals, and protection of privacy for large-scale genomic studies, use of electronic health records, and various health services and quality assurance research methods. Their work is part of a project of the University’s Johnson Institute for Responsible Leadership that seeks to explore methodologies of privacy, standards and principles for the use of personal information and information technology, and the way that particular uses of technologies cohere with, or emerge, from cultural and institutional values and beliefs.