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Google's patient data project 'Nightingale' is under investigation

engadget Wednesday, 13 November 2019 ()
Well, that didn't take long. Shortly after The Wall Street Journal blew the lid off Project Nightingale, regulators have announced that they'll start looking into Google's partnership with Ascension, the second-largest health system in the US. Accord...
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Google Is Gathering Health Data on Millions of Americans. Google is working in conjunction with Ascension to collect the health data. The secret project is called "Project Nightingale.". Ascension is the second-largest health system in the country. Company employees have questioned the ethics of...

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