Privacy in a Post-Dobbs Landscape | Health Data, Telemedicine, Self-Managed Abortion & Surveillance
Our Data Privacy Day 2023 event, “Privacy in a Post-Dobbs Landscape: Health Data, Technology, Law & Policy,” will explore issues raised by the Supreme Court’s June 2022 decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health. In our first panel discussion, we will consider reproductive health data, the limited nature of HIPAA and the privacy implications of interoperability mandates; the increasingly important role played by telemedicine and medication abortion for privacy and reproductive health; and the rise of self-managed abortion, criminalization and the associated surveillance of women. Included are opening comments by Jolynn Dellinger (Duke Law) and David Hoffman (Duke Law). The panelists are Carly Zubrzycki (University of Connecticut), Rachel Rebouché (Dean of Temple University Beasley School of Law), Stephanie Pell (Fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution).
Sponsored by: The Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University, Duke Law, Sanford School of Public Policy and Duke Science & Society.