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A security flaw in Qatar’s controversial mandatory coronavirus contact tracing app exposed sensitive information of more than one million users, rights group Amnesty International warned on May 26.
For three days without Internet or phone service this month, Rouf Ahmad found himself cut off from his family in Indian-administered Kashmir while his mother was receiving treatment for the deadly coronavirus.
Many US schools have stopped taking attendance since the Covid-19 pandemic forced classes online, but one South Florida district has remained committed to the scholastic task, saying it is a way to keep students safe and productive while learning at home.
Teachers continue to grapple with e-learning, as Internet access remains a challenge for many, making it even more difficult for students to adapt to remote lessons.
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.
As US states and cities begin to think about reopening their economies, the public-health workers who will be responsible for keeping the coronavirus under control are facing an unprecedented challenge: how to track and isolate thousands of people exposed to a disease that spreads with remarkable efficiency.
A European technology platform to support smartphone apps that can help trace people at risk of infection by the new coronavirus is gaining support from governments, one of its prime movers said on Friday.
Alongside Zoom Video Communications Inc, Houseparty may be the product that most defines the current moment, when some 300 million Americans have been urged to stay home to help mitigate the spread of Covid-19.
Covid-19: Hong Kong’s civil servants battling 21st-century disease with 20th-century technology and bosses stuck in the past
Many have neither hardware nor software needed to work from home. Meanwhile, low-tech managers spurn virtual meetings and insist on seeing staff face to face.
Until recently, telemedicine seemed like one of those technological promises that was always in the future.