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China’s coronavirus status app shuts many citizens out of society, but there are ways to bridge digital divide
There needs to be a complementary system for people who have poor digital skills or no Internet access, say experts. Uneven tech distribution echoes gaps in age, wealth and education and, if not rectified, may lock many out of Chinese public life.
Sure Google Maps is best known for helping people figure out how to get from point A to point B, but it also has several features built in that can make life easier, such as ordering food to be delivered.
Japanese shoppers queued at Uniqlo stores and crashed its website on June 19 as the clothing chain began selling face masks with breathable fabric used in the brand’s popular underwear, preparing for the coronavirus outbreak lasting through summer.
The coronavirus pandemic may have permanently damaged Japanese drivers’ willingness to share a steering wheel.
Klang Valley bus services – including Rapid KL, Go KL and Smart Selangor – now have their location data integrated into Google Maps, which can estimate when the busses will arrive.
Two types of self-driving bus are being tested out in Estonia this week as part of initiatives that could revolutionise public transport in Europe.
The use of a new range of surveillance cameras to check adherence to rules in the wake of the novel coronavirus outbreak risks undermining the fabric of democracy, France's data privacy watchdog CNIL said.
Germany launched a coronavirus tracing app on June 16 that officials say is so secure even government ministers can use it, though developers acknowledge it isn't perfect yet.
The land will accommodate a multi storey office floor area of 62,600 sq m, equal to one third of the office space in New York’s Empire State Building.
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.