FTC's Brill Praises Apple HealthKit Data Privacy Policy

Law360, New York (May 20, 2015, 6:55 PM EDT) -- Federal Trade Commissioner Julie Brill on Wednesday called for the creation of industry best practices to rein in unanticipated uses of consumer health and other sensitive data, citing the restrictions that Apple Inc. has put on health and fitness apps as a strong model to emulate.

Federal Trade Commissioner Julie Brill, right, dicusses privacy concerns about consumer health information at an Internet Week event in New York. (Insider Images/Andrew Kelly) During a fireside chat with Microsoft Corp. researcher Kate Crawford at an Internet Week event in New York City, Brill discussed the privacy and security concerns raised by the vast troves...

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