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The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) called on Monday for a pan-European mobile app to track the spread of the new coronavirus instead of the current hodge-podge of apps used in various EU countries which could breach people's privacy rights.
Plans for Canadian residents to use facial scans to enter their buildings have sparked criticism from privacy campaigners calling for changes to the country's aging data protection laws.
Most of us are working from home now as the fast-spreading coronavirus has forced us to shelter in place.
The movement control order is an ideal time to brush up on your photography skills at home.
SEOUL: When Samsung Electronics Co brass addressed analysts during its last earnings call, much of the talk revolved around finally turning the corner after years in the doldrums. That was in January, before Covid-19 threw the global economy into a tailspin.
The members of the New Japan Philharmonic orchestra tune up for their latest recital, more than 60 musicians ranging from trombonists to violinists and percussionists – but this is no ordinary performance.
The MySejahtera app rolled out by Malaysian authorities will aid the Health Ministry to monitor the spread of Covid-19 by collecting data from the public.
Data sharing by technology companies is helping government officials fight the dizzying spread of the coronavirus by monitoring compliance with social distancing and stay-at-home orders.
European Union governments have pushed the bloc's stringent data privacy rules to their limits by tapping the biggest telecom and tech companies for data to tackle the coronavirus outbreak.
The spread of the novel coronavirus or Covid-19 has grounded flights and prompted an almost worldwide “stay-at-home” order – bids to prevent the disease’s spread that have crippled tourism.