Not only can you purchase items or vote in a national election through a smartphone, but you can also consult a doctor and receive treatment. 

That tech-fueled health care convenience is telemedicine, an industry with no specific data privacy or cybersecurity regulations governing it. But that doesn’t mean it’s completely under the radar—perhaps the opposite. Indeed, the telemedicine space is potentially under the scope of multiple federal and state laws that force service providers into a complicated compliance juggling act. 

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