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Baidu chief calls for coordinated Chinese government approach for personal data collected during pandemic
Central and provincial governments have pushed to gather and analyse more data to contain the spread of the coronavirus during the pandemic. To reduce the risks of data leakage and abuse, Baidu chief executive Robin Li proposes that government bodies standardise the management of such data.
Watching from afar as much of the world was brought to its knees by the coronavirus, African scientists, engineers and innovators have turned to homegrown solutions to prepare for the worst case scenario.
Since the coronavirus reached Senegal, a growing number of residents in the capital have begun ordering groceries online, a welcome boost to a fledgling delivery service in a country where produce is usually bought in shops or markets.
The UK’s contact-tracing app could exacerbate inequalities in Britain’s society, an ethics board warned ahead of a roll-out of the software.
Britain is to trial electric scooters as a possible solution to getting more people back to work without overburdening trains and buses as it eases its coronavirus lockdown.
Didi has restored its taxi-hailing, on-demand private car, Hitch carpooling and designated driving services in Wuhan. China’s largest ride-hailing operator will continue its rigorous hygiene protocols and other coronavirus protection measures.
When Kainat Naz joined a women-friendly technology boot camp a year ago, she had no idea it would completely change her life and her views on how women can work in conservative Pakistan.
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 late March, as large swathes of Europe locked down, Belgian authorities wanted to know if movement restrictions were being obeyed enough to slow the spread of the coronavirus. They turned to the country’s mobile operators.
Moscow authorities said on April 14 that they had revoked 900,000 travel permits for use during the coronavirus lockdown because they contained false data.