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Daily Dashboard | Areas in Japan turn to electronic surveillance to monitor those with dementia Related reading: A view from Brussels: Germany seeks extension for CJEU judge


The New York Times reports areas in Japan are using electronic surveillance help those suffering from the dementia. While the technology is said to protect those with the condition by tracking individuals enrolled in a surveillance program, concerns of privacy overreach and informed consent have been raised. “The most important thing is that it’s that person’s choice,” said Miki Sato, who is in the early stages of dementia and runs a company that offers employment opportunities for people with dementia.
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