We have a privacy joke, but don't worry, it's not targeted at you specifically.https://twitter.com/mcmillen/status/1286784453239615489 We have a privacy joke but you need to opt in to personalized avertising before you
abundantly clear, to me at least, that privacy issues are not the main challenge with contact tracing apps. the biggest problem is figuring out a mapping for location/proximity>infection that is
𝖿𝗅𝗈𝗉 #𝟤 ꨄ 𝗋𝖺𝗇𝗂𝖺 𝗇𝖾𝖾 𝗍𝖺𝗒 + 𝖺 𝗶𝗮!
i’ve said this before and i need to say it again. i’m so pissed. he had to get a night gaurd. he has a panic lock on his bedroom door.
Unfortunately it appears COVID is the final nail in cash’s coffin.We need a comparable digital instrument that has the same attributes of cash—namely privacy.6+ different corporations don’t need to know
I think you gonna unfollow me cuz of this post. But it's ok i don't care. - A threadI know y'all being crazy cuz of this information that Jak3 has
10 questions journos should be asking about the Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) on the contact-tracing app:A THREAD:1.Did it follow the OAIC’s guidelines for conducting PIAs?Ping @arielbogle @CroweDM @justinrhendry @MaxKoslowski @fergushunter
https://www.economist.com/europe/2020/04/25/privacy-in-a-pandemic Privacy is best understood as a religion in the EU But some are struggling to keep the faith Privacy heathens are using all sorts of wanton methods to try
Excellent piece by @JaneYakowitz on "virus surveillance" and privacy. Privacy is an instrumental right, she argues. If we forget that, we risk undermining the goals of privacy: equity, fairness, and
If you're planning on teaching remotely this fall semester, you have to think about privacy, but not maybe the way your university is telling you to. This is twitter, so
.@AliVelshi The Google/Apple application does not trade on privacy. It exchanges anonymized tokens. A thoughtful piece on the larger topic: https://slate.com/technology/2020/04/google-cdc-data-privacy-covid19.html@AliVelshi
Everybody who is aware that I do critical work about tech assumes, without fail, that it’s about privacy and security. Even after actually reading my work, which explicitly is not
The scary thing about the possibility of Roe being challenged - is that even if you're against abortion - Roe isn't entirely about abortion.Roe recognized for the first time the
The sooner the public realizes we will need to choose between freedom and privacy, the faster we can recover. #coronavirus My assumption is that we will never be safe from
1/4: I have been thinking about the often-false dichotomy between privacy and safety, and in particular how setting those two up as opposites pushes people into sacrificing privacy when they
We've been given indications that we prob won't be able to use zoom after Easter bc staff and students are concerned abt privacy. I am so frustrated with various parties,