Category Archives: Privacy

Dying in the E.R., and on TV Without His Family’s Consent

Months after her husband was hit by a truck, Anita Chanko watched him die again on “NY Med,” a medical series. But she hadn’t given permission for those moments to be aired.

Books of The Times: ‘What Stays in Vegas,’ by Adam Tanner

Adam Tanner’s “What Stays in Vegas” looks at online data mining, how companies collect personal information to remain competitive and where invasion of privacy begins.