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A court asked the Indian government on May 8 to respond to a challenge against its order for compulsory use of a contact tracing app by public and private sector employees returning to work amid the world's biggest coronavirus lockdown.
As India enters an extended coronavirus lockdown, the government is actively pursuing contact tracing to help control infections. At the heart of the effort in the country of 1.3 billion people is a government-run smartphone app that critics say endangers civil liberties in how it uses location services and centralizes data collection.
Covid-19 has caused a tectonic shift in the way the real estate industry operates, with the most significant changes largely a result of shelter-in-place orders enacted in many US states and localities.
As the use of facial recognition rises, so do privacy concerns. These glasses are designed to block the technology.
The chunky, thick-framed glasses Scott Urban makes in his Chicago workshop in the United States look like normal eye glasses, but when viewed on a security camera, the wearer’s face becomes a shining orb.
A top world health official on May 11 warned that countries are essentially driving blind in reopening their economies.
Before entering coronavirus lockdown with the rest of Britain in March, 73-year-old Pamela Cox had never shopped or banked online. Zoom was something you did with a camera lens.
Uber Technologies Inc’s offer to buy Grubhub Inc antagonised officials in Washington and major US cities, who were already taking steps to limit the fees companies charge restaurants and regulate their treatment of workers. If a deal between the two companies proceeds, analysts said it’s likely to face antitrust scrutiny.
“Sharing economy” firms like Uber and Airbnb were seeing surging growth and predictions they would reshape several economic sectors. Then the pandemic hit.
Zoom Video Communications Inc said it will share details on May 22 of its plan to offer users end-to-end encryption, seeking to quell concerns that the popular conferencing tool has lax security practices.
A group of privacy advocacy organisations is filing a complaint with the US Federal Trade Commission on May 14 alleging that the popular app TikTok violated a consent decree and a law protecting children's privacy online.