Google’s Hospital Deal Raises Privacy Concerns

Morgan Wright, SentinelOne Chief Security Advisor, starts his Fox Business interview with a well-known Silicon Valley phrase, “When it’s free, then you’re the product.” So, he aligns with privacy worries regarding Google’s hospital deal. There are doubts about how secure healthcare records would be. Will the data not be used to sell drugs, operations, and other medical procedures? Will the patients have the choice to opt out? These questions are being raised because Big Tech companies like Google have never maintained transparency with customer data. Wright insists that regulators and Congress should probe deeper into this issue. In addition, China and Russia are vying for these medical records. The concerns go higher because Google has a major artificial intelligence center in Beijing, China. Watch more in this Fox Business video.

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