Applied ethics and eHealth: principles, identity, and RFID.

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Duquenoy, P. and Whitehouse, D. 2008. Applied ethics and eHealth: principles, identity, and RFID. in: The future of identity in the information society. Springer.
Chapter titleApplied ethics and eHealth: principles, identity, and RFID.
AuthorsDuquenoy, P. and Whitehouse, D.
Abstract

The social and ethical implications of contemporary technologies are becoming an issue of steadily growing importance. This paper offers an overview in terms of identity and the field of ethics, and explores how these
apply to eHealth in both theory and practice. The paper selects a specific circumstance in which these ethical issues can be explored. It focuses particularly on radio-frequency identifiers (RFID). It ends by discussing
ethical issues more generally, and the practice of ethical consideration.

Research GroupAspects of Law and Ethics Related to Technology group
Book titleThe future of identity in the information society.
PublisherSpringer
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Print2008
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Deposited27 Apr 2009
Output statusPublished
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Proceedings: the future of identity in the information society: challenges for privacy and security, FIDIS/IFIP internet security & privacy summer school 2008, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Rep. September 2008.

LanguageEnglish
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