schwit1 writes: A former University of Chicago medical patient filed a class-action lawsuit against the University of Chicago and Google, claiming that the University of Chicago Medical Center is giving private patient information to the tech giant without patients consent.
About two years ago, the university medical center
with Google with the hope of identifying patterns in patient health records to help predict future medical issues.
Now, former patient Matt Dinerstein is filing a
on behalf of the medical center’s patients, alleging that the university violated privacy laws by sharing sensitive health records with Google from 2009 to 2016, aiding Google’s goal of creating a digital health record system, according to the student newspaper of the University of Chicago.