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The Privacy Factor in Ending Lockdown
It has now become clear that the only way to protect public health and restart the economy is gradually, through widespread tracking and tracing. But to make such systems palatable in the world's democracies, regulatory and technological hurdles will need to be cleared.
Dr. Stan Matwin, Canada Research Chair and Director of the Institute for Big Data Analytics, shares his views on tracking and tracing and the impacts on privacy during COVID-19. Read the full opinion piece on the Poject Syndicate.
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