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Privacy A Pragmatic Approach To Sustainable Healthcare: Overcoming Privacy Fears To Beat The Pandemic

Now more than ever, we must be vigilant about the efficacy of the technology solutions we develop and use them to fight this crisis without compromising our democratic values and principles.

Privacy Downing Street to hoard masses of citizens' data with ID cards plan - fears for privacy

HUGE fears around privacy among people in the UK have been raised, with Downing Street planning to introduce new digital ID cards for British citizens as part of a Dominic Cummings' strategy to ...

Privacy 'Black holes': India's coronavirus apps raise privacy fears

"People were just hostile," said Kaur, who is one of more than 1 million Accredited Social Health Activists, or ASHA workers, on the frontlines of India's battle to contain the spread of the novel ...

Privacy FEATURE-'Black holes': India's coronavirus apps raise privacy fears

Many are just scared to give it now and threaten us if we persist.” Considered key tools in stemming the pandemic, the rollout of Punjab’s Corona Virus Alert (COVA) app and the dozens of tracing...

Privacy Ashley James unsure over sharing baby on social media as she reveals fears over posting too much online

It’s not just baby content that Ashley is mindful of sharing, as she revealed she is fearful of posting too much online, at times, that could risk her privacy and see her targeted by criminals.

Privacy FCC's Starks Fears Mobile Cos. Still Slacking On Data Privacy

If AT&T or Verizon had a role in auctioning off any of the so-called bidstream data that allowed a consumer data firm to track Black Lives Matter protesters, the Federal Communications...

Privacy Parliamentary panel set to discuss data bill over citizen privacy fears

2019 was introduced in Lok Sabha in December last year and seeks to establish a Data Protection Authority. Amid concerns from lawmakers over citizens’ right to privacy, it was sent to the joint ...

Privacy US Media Agency reform triggers fears for global internet freedom

Critics fear for freedom of the press with a Trump ally now running the US Agency for Global Media. But more unsettling still may be the implications for free access to the internet around the globe.

Privacy Zimbabwe: Privacy Violations Fears Grow As Govt Sets Surveillance Cameras in Cities

Dumisani Ndlela is a journalist researching on digital surveillance with support from the Media Policy & Democracy Project jointly run by the University of Johannesburg and UNISA.

Privacy Asia FX and Gold: The market is caught between improving data and fears of a second Covid-19 wave

The market is caught between fears of a second Covid-19 wave and improving data. Financial conditions are easing and the early June surveys have improved markedly, but with US case counts on the...

Privacy Data privacy fears emerge as German contact-tracing app downloaded 6.5 million times in first day

After what is thought by many to have been an excessive time lag in appearing, after reports of technical hitches and changes in development strategy, one of Europe’s leading economies has at last ...

Privacy Privacy fears over COVID apps by Bahrain, Kuwait, Norway

Amnesty International has raised privacy and security concerns over "invasive" contact-tracing apps rolled out by Bahrain, Kuwait and Norway to fight the coronavirus pandemic. The UK-based rights ...

Privacy Contact-tracing: Now Norway suspends use of its app, citing privacy fears

While many countries are only just launching national contact-tracing apps now, Norway has taken a U-turn and put its two-month old Smittestopp app – translated as "infection stop" – on hold until ...

Privacy Italians embrace coronavirus tracing app as privacy fears ease

Italy, the first major European country to roll out a smartphone app to trace COVID-19 infections that does not rely on a centralised database, has already seen 2.2 million downloads in 10 days, a ...

Privacy Amid Coronavirus Fears, 2 States Will Allow Online Voting

West Virginia and Delaware are letting citizens vote via their phones and tablets. Security experts warn the tech is still risky.

Privacy US police forces scrub identities from the internet amid fears officers will be 'doxxed'

There are growing worries from both police and protesters about personal information being posted online Police departments concerned about their members being “doxxed” are scrubbing their...

Privacy Singapore looks to ease privacy fears with 'no internet' wearable device

Slated to be ready for rollout later this month, wearable devices the country is developing for COVID-19 contact tracing will not have GPS, internet, or cellular connectivity, so data can only be ...

Privacy Privacy fears threaten New York City's coronavirus tracing efforts

You can review our privacy policy to find out more about the cookies we use. NEW YORK — Hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers will be asked to disclose personal information this month as part of the...

Privacy Rossen Reports: Privacy fears on contact tracing apps

With technology companies trying to help address the coronavirus pandemic, is your phone automatically tracking your every move? Here's everything you need to know.

Privacy China’s Virus Apps May Outlast the Outbreak, Stirring Privacy Fears

With the disease there mostly under control, officials are looking for new uses for the government software that’s now on many phones.