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O Departamento de Justiça dos EUA descobriu um dos maiores esquemas de fraude na área de saúde da história, com desfalque estimado de US$ 2,1 bilhões no sistema público de seguros. Mas as implicações vão além do prejuízo do governo. Segue o fio.
#HealthTech #dataprivacy #genetic
1) Segundo a investigação do Dep. de Justiça (DOJ), o esquema foi montado por laboratórios, que pagavam propinas a médicos e empresas de telemarketing, para realização de testes genéticos desnecessários faturados pelo Medicare (seguro público para pessoas de mais 65 anos ou mais)
2) As empresas de telemarketing monitoravam beneficiários do Medicare e telefonavam oferecendo testes genéticos com a promessa de estimar risco de câncer e determinar a eficácia de medicamentos. Alguns foram até abordados pessoalmente em feiras de saúde e instituições religiosas.
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This thread includes all my #infographics so far, they present different terms related to Information Security 🔐

It's an easy way to learn new things 📖 I hope it will be useful to the community. RT appreciated 🌐

Follow me @Guillaume_Lpl for more about #infosec #cybersecurity
What is a Botnet & How ti works?
Follow me @Guillaume_Lpl for more about #infosec #cybersecurity #dataprivacy #ITsecurity #technology
What is a Bug Bounty?
Follow me @Guillaume_Lpl for more about #infosec #cybersecurity #dataprivacy #ITsecurity #technology
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If people are wondering why I keep re-tweeting folks talking about how data-as-property is a bad idea, it’s because I’m currently pretty irate about a bill that was introduced in the Oregon legislature as a “privacy” bill. 1/x
First off, commodifying our rights is a bad and inequitable idea on its face. Rights should be rights, period. They should not be for sale, and we shouldn’t be creating systems where people are given financial incentive to relinquish their rights. 2/x
Second, we don’t NEED to make our data property to protect it. We just need stronger privacy laws. We can create frameworks that give people more control over their data, and that create mechanisms for oversight & enforcement of those rights, without turning it into property. 3/x
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In 1989, @timberners_lee submitted a proposal that would change the world.

To celebrate #Web30, for the next 30 hours we're asking everyone to contribute to a crowdsourced timeline of web milestones.

Share your web moments at #Web30 #ForTheWeb: bit.ly/web30timeline
Starting now, Sir @timberners_lee is speaking from @CERN, where it all began. #Web30 #ForTheWeb

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You going to Health Datapalooza next month? YOU WANT TO, you do! It's never just a nerd herd, and this year you'll get #cyberwoke. Settle in, I'll spin the tale. #HDPalooza #epatient #datarights
First, you need to know that as awesome as social media is for #epatients, #research teams, #healthpolicy wonks, #datascience peeps, and other members of the #HDPalooza tribe, there IS a dark side. #cyberwoke #dataprivacy #HumanRights
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This is such a shocking story in its details.

We shrug off #DataPrivacy because we think it's basically inconsequential to our real lives. But the impact of #CambridgeAnalytica just began to be felt in 2015 and spread to 50 MILLION or 1 in 6 Americans.
1/ theguardian.com/news/2018/mar/…
The panoply of ways Trump used his cachet w/ billionaire supporters like the Mercers should concern everyone, including those on the right & left who just eyeroll these investigations as about #HillaryClinton when that's tangential to our national security & honest elections.
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Every American should want to know what happened in 2016 because every American who's a critical thinker knows the person who wins the most votes won the election.

Moreover, everyone knows Democratic systems ensure an unskewed result, unlike #Russia's imminent election.
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Oh the geezers are hard at it grafting media, it's always great to have easy scapegoats "North Korean cyber gangs.." a.msn.com/01/en-ie/AAt9g…
2/"Mr Murphy’s firm was the first in the world to liaise with computer giant IBM over the use of the super-computer ‘Watson’ for real-time--
3/artificial intelligence-based defence against cyber criminals." Bear with me, I'm about to post a few more links in #THREAD #CyberSecurity
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