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  1. Oct 2020
    1. Why contact-tracing apps haven’t lived up to expectations

      ||Pavlina|| one update on contact tracing apps

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  2. Aug 2020
    1. ||Pavlina|| ||TerezaHorejsova|| ||Katarina_An||

      MIT database on contact tracing apps

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  3. Jul 2020
    1. Apps that notify users about a close contact with an infected person have often proved disappointing. The one in France was downloaded by fewer than 2m people and notified only 14 of them that they had come into close contact with someone infected with covid-19 in the first three weeks.

      It seems that contact tracing apps are not taking off. ||Pavlina|| ||spavlovic||

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  4. Jun 2020
    1. Every time we use our smartphone our data is profiled much more massively than this app can

      It's interesting how people are reasoning this out. Quite a defeatist approach. Two wrongs do not make a right... or do they?!! The public cannot be blamed of course, but the media should be more responsible, as these arguments can be "dangerous" for rights and values. ||Jovan|| ||TerezaHorejsova|| ||Pavlina||

    2. Even my in-laws downloaded it

      Do the in-laws understand the issues?! Again, a bit of a silly argument to try to convince us that people are not concerned any more if even the elderly are using it. ||Jovan|| ||TerezaHorejsova|| ||Pavlina||

    3. will be a vital tool to help avoid a second wave of infections

      Germany's app is ready for launch this week. Germany is using a strong argument here. How can anyone refuse a tool that can help avoid a second wave?! ||Jovan|| ||TerezaHorejsova|| ||Pavlina||

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    1. At least 27 countries are using data from cellphone companies to track the movements of their citizens, and at least 30 have developed smartphone apps for the public to download.

      This is the link about the number of countries using data from cellphone companies. ||Jovan|| ||spavlovic||

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    1. Now, according to the nonprofit Privacy International, at least 27 countries have begun using cellphone data to track the spread of the coronavirus.

      Pavlina, could we find this link?

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