Her name was Henrietta Lacks, but most knew her only as HeLa. However, at one point her name was used—without the authorization of either Mrs. Lacks or her family—in an article announcing the discovery of HeLa cells. While the name wasn`t exact, some believe it was close enough to have breached her personal privacy. In comparing privacy and confidentiality expectations then and now, how would this be treated differently today? Your essay should be APA formatted, 1,200-1,500 words, with a minimum of 3 scholarly references.