Machine Learning , some thoughts
bert.verhees at rosa.nl
Thu Jun 28 04:26:48 EDT 2018
The discussion between Stefan and Karsten is about data related to an
identifiable person, so gdpr is applicable.
I hope I resume it right:
Karsten says that it is illegal to collect data about a person if the
purpose id not known. This is because Stefan says that it is allright to
collect data without any direct purpose, for just in case.
For example, get the heartrate of a patient as standard, not because it is
I will not be surprised that very soon it will be possible to measure
heartrate on sight. Will that be allowed?
Op do 28 jun. 2018 08:35 schreef GF <gfrer at luna.nl>:
> Dear Karsten,
> The GDPR allows the collection of health data.
> The GDPR restricts itself to person identifiable data and it secondary
> use/abuse of privacy rights.
> Since health and care are about all of society, all of life, all must be
> able to be documented.
> No restrictions.
> So I disagree with: 'but that is currently illegal under EU GDPR.'
> Gerard Freriks
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> On 27 Jun 2018, at 12:18, Karsten Hilbert <Karsten.Hilbert at gmx.net> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 27, 2018 at 11:57:05AM +0200, Stefan Sauermann wrote:
> I agree completely that it is not possible to know which information is
> relevant, and that all information is better recorded just in case
> Not that I like the fact but that is currently illegal under EU GDPR.
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