- eBook:Privacy Concerns Surrounding Personal Information Sharing on Health and Fitness Mobile Apps
- Author:Devjani Sen, Rukhsana Ahmed
- Edition:1 edition
- Data:August 7, 2020
- Pages:335 pages
- Format:PDF, ePUB
Privacy Concerns Surrounding Personal Information Sharing on Health and Fitness Mobile Apps is a key reference source that provides research on the dangers of sharing personal information on health and wellness apps, as well as how such information can be used by employers, insurance companies, advertisers, and other third parties. While highlighting topics such as data ethics, privacy management, and information sharing, this publication explores the intersection of ethics and privacy using various quantitative, qualitative, and critical analytic approaches. It is ideally designed for policymakers, software developers, mobile app designers, legal specialists, privacy analysts, data scientists, researchers, academicians, and upper-level students.
Chapter 1. What Can Fitness Apps Teach Us About Group Privacy?
Chapter 2. Role of Wearable Technology and Fitness Apps in Obesity and Diabetes: Privacy, Ownership, and Portability of Data
Chapter 3. Data Ownership: Legalities Concerning Wearable Technologies
Chapter 4. Wearable Devices and Privacy Concerns: Data Collection, Analysis, and Interpretation
Section 2 - Health and Fitness Apps: Data Privacy and Data Breach
Chapter 5. How Do Mobile Applications for Cancer Communicate About Their Privacy Practices? An Analysis of Privacy Policies
Chapter 6. Case Study: Under Armour Hack
Section 3 - The Psychology of Behavior: What Motivates Users to Share Personal Information?
Chapter 7. Exploitation of Health on Instagram: Motivations, Social Support, and Influencers
Chapter 8. Governmentality, Playbor, and Peak Performance: Critiques and Concerns of Health and Wellness Gamification
Section 4 - The Role of Language in Shaping Conceptions of Privacy
Chapter 9. An Analysis of Privacy Language in the Scholarly Literature on Mental Health Apps
Chapter 10. “Sensitive but Essential Information”: Policy Debates on Fitness Application Privacy and Data Security