Linked: Covid-19 pandemic could change the face of data privacy

Linked: Covid-19 pandemic could change the face of data privacy

There are no easy answers here. If I had the virus and Apple could dip into the location history of my phone and see who I may have come into contact with, and get to those people for early diagnosis, I might want them to do that, right? “According to published reports, the US government…

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Linked: Defense Department To Congress: ‘No, Wait, Encryption Is Actually Good; Don’t Break It’
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Linked: Defense Department To Congress: ‘No, Wait, Encryption Is Actually Good; Don’t Break It’

But wait, there’s more. Yesterday, the Senate was threatening tech companies that they will be requiring them to break encryption. But, not everyone in the Federal government agrees: “However, it appears that other parts of the government are a bit more up to date on these things. Representative Ro Khanna has forwarded a letter to…