Human Ict Implants: Technical, Legal and Ethical Considerations (Information Technology and Law #23) (Paperback)
Human ICT implants: From invasive to pervasive.- Human ICT implants: From restorative application to human enhancement.- Potential application areas for RFID implants.- Restoring function: Application exemplars of medical ICT implants.- Passive human ICT implants: Risks and possible solutions.- Implantable medical devices: Privacy and security concerns.- Carrying implants and carrying risks; Human ICT implants and liability.- Implants and human rights, In particular bodily integrity.- Implanting implications: data protection challenges arising from the use of human ICT implants.- Cheating with implants: Implications of the hidden information advantage of bionic ears and eyes.- Ethical Implications of Human ICT Implants.- Pieces of ME: On identity and information communications technology implants.- The societal reality of that which was once science fiction.
Mark N. Gasson is a Visiting Research Fellow at the School of Systems Engineering, University of Reading, UK. Eleni Kosta is a Senior Legal Researcher in the Interdisciplinary Centre for Law & ICT (ICRI), Faculty of Law, KU Leuven, Belgium. Diana M. Bowman is an Assistant Professor in the Risk Science Centre and the Department of Health Management and Policy, School of Public Health, University of Michigan, USA and a Visiting Fellow in the Faculty of Law, KU Leuven, Belgium.