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Daily Dashboard | Op-ed: Why we must remember where informed consent comes from Related reading: Notes from the IAPP Publications Editor, Nov. 16, 2018

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Over the years, the concept of "informed consent" has changed from something that "was originally developed for rare, high-risk and potentially life-threatening situations, like surgery and medical research," according to Woody Hartzog, to something subsumed in all the "micro-permissions" that take place every day online. "In health care, one cannot get assistance without disclosing intimate physical and behavioral facts to others," often in life-or-death situations, points out Omada Health Chief Privacy Officer and Director of Regulatory Affairs Lucia Savage. In this post for Privacy Perspectives, Savage dives into the evolution of informed consent, how our use of digital technology, "while convenient, does not come with a fiduciary relationship to the supplier" like it does in the traditional health care paradigm, and what that could mean for policy discussions moving forward. 
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