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Privacy by design in systems for assisted living, personalized care and well-being: a stakeholder analysis

Carboni A., Russo D., Moroni D., Barsocchi P.

AHA  AAL  Privacy by design  IS  ISA 

The concept of privacy-by-design within a system for assisted living, personalized care and well-being is crucial to protect users from misuse of the data collected about their health. Especially if the information is collected through audio-video devices, the question is even more delicate due to the nature of this data. In fact, in addition to guaranteeing a high level of privacy, it is necessary to reassure end-users about the correct use of these streams. The evolution of data analysis techniques began to take In review on an important role and increasingly defined characteristics in recent years. In this article, with reference to European projects in the AHA/AAL domain, we will see a differentiation of the concept of privacy-by-design according to different dimensions (Technical, Contextual, Business) and to the Stakeholders involved. The analysis is intended to cover technical aspects, legislative and policies-related aspects also regarding the point of view of the municipalities and aspects related to the acceptance and, therefore, to the perception of the safety of these technologies by the final end-users.

Source: Frontiers in digital health (2023). doi:10.3389/fdgth.2022.934609

Publisher: Frontiers Media SA, Lausanne, Svizzera


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BibTeX entry
	title = {Privacy by design in systems for assisted living, personalized care and well-being: a stakeholder analysis},
	author = {Carboni A. and Russo D. and Moroni D. and Barsocchi P.},
	publisher = {Frontiers Media SA, Lausanne, Svizzera},
	doi = {10.3389/fdgth.2022.934609},
	journal = {Frontiers in digital health},
	year = {2023}

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