Published on in Vol 9, No 10 (2021): October

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/30871, first published .
Post-COVID Public Health Surveillance and Privacy Expectations in the United States: Scenario-Based Interview Study

Post-COVID Public Health Surveillance and Privacy Expectations in the United States: Scenario-Based Interview Study

Post-COVID Public Health Surveillance and Privacy Expectations in the United States: Scenario-Based Interview Study

Authors of this article:

John S Seberger1 Author Orcid Image ;   Sameer Patil2 Author Orcid Image

Journals

  1. Ferretti A, Vayena E. In the shadow of privacy: Overlooked ethical concerns in COVID-19 digital epidemiology. Epidemics 2022;41:100652 View
  2. Berridge C, Grigorovich A. Algorithmic harms and digital ageism in the use of surveillance technologies in nursing homes. Frontiers in Sociology 2022;7 View
  3. Walsh T. Modeling COVID-19 with big mobility data: Surveillance and reaffirming the people in the data. Big Data & Society 2023;10(1):205395172311641 View
  4. Jiang J, Zheng Z. Personal Information Protection and Privacy Policy Compliance of Health Code Apps in China: Scale Development and Content Analysis. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2023;11:e48714 View
  5. Kowalewski M, Utz C, Degeling M, Schnitzler T, Herbert F, Schaewitz L, Farke F, Becker S, Dürmuth M. 52 Weeks Later: Attitudes Towards COVID-19 Apps for Different Purposes Over Time. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 2023;7(CSCW2):1 View
  6. Alterkait M, Almutarie A, Alduaij M. Thematic Analysis of User Experience of Contact Tracing Applications for COVID-19 Using Twitter Data. Journal of Cases on Information Technology 2024;26(1):1 View
  7. Chen A. The Liberalism of Fear and Public Health Ethics. Public Health Ethics 2024 View
  8. Alan A. Life fits home: Exploring people's experience with a COVID-19 tracing app in Turkey through a qualitative study. Mobile Media & Communication 2024 View
  9. Seberger J, Choung H, Snyder J, David P. Better Living Through Creepy Technology? Exploring Tensions Between a Novel Class of Well-Being Apps and Affective Discomfort in App Culture. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 2024;8(CSCW1):1 View
  10. Sun L, Yang B, Kindt E, Chu J. Privacy Barriers in Health Monitoring: Scoping Review. JMIR Nursing 2024;7:e53592 View