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France’s privacy watchdog CNIL on April 26 gave a conditional green light to a government-backed scheme to monitor people infected with coronavirus.
In the US, homebound employees are logging three hours more per day on the job than before city and state-wide lockdowns, according to data from NordVPN, which tracks when users connect and disconnect from its service.
Facebook on April 22 rolled out its Messenger Kids application to 70 new countries, saying it can help children deal with the challenges of distance learning and isolation during the virus lockdowns.
Zoom Video Communications Inc said on April 22 it was upgrading the encryption features on its video conferencing app to better safeguard meeting data and offer protection against tampering. The new version of the app, Zoom 5.0, will release within the week, the company said in a statement.
Covid-19: Hong Kong students without electronic devices could be left on wrong side of ‘tsunami-scale’ digital learning divide
Data gathered by HKU last year shows about 10% of city’s students had no electronic device at home, while 40% needed to share. While sharing was not a serious drawback for students in the past school year, the sudden shift to online learning could change that, researcher says.
YouTube's lo-fi music livestreaming channels are seeing a spike in users who are looking for ambient music while working and studying at home, as well as a community to engage with.
France is asking Apple Inc to remove a technical obstacle that it says is delaying a government contact-tracing application designed to contain the coronavirus spread.
The Zoom video-conferencing service has made like its name during the coronavirus pandemic, growing wildly in popularity across the country as businesses and schools search for a way to connect while adhering to stay-at-home orders.
Malware expert Steven Sundermeier has a message: If you're working from home, you might ward off a Covid-19 infection, but you could be more susceptible to a computer virus.
From getting hacked by Zoombombers to selling software exploits in the Dark Web, Zoom, the video conferencing app, has probably seen it all over the past few weeks.