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Interesting case, but I don't think it frames the novel issues that are really at stake with "brain privacy."

I have a commentary in the upcoming issue of the American Journal of Bioethics that argues for brain privacy in the context of new brain-based deception detection and truth verification technologies.

The article should be out any day. I'd love to hear your comments if you have a chance to read it.

I enjoy your blog very much,
-richard glen boire

Yes, please let me know when your piece is out so that I can call attention to it on the Neuroethics & Law Blog.

And thanks for your substantive comment and your support of the blog.

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