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A new low-privacy impact method to study medical records

United Kingdom, European Union - June 19 2020 A recent article in The Economist reported on a new low-privacy impact method of studying medical records by analysing data in situ. The method has...

Rachael Annear.

Am I critical (information infrastructure)?

China - April 28 2020 On 27 April 2020, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and other 10 authorities...

Contact tracing apps in China, Hong Kong, Singapore and South Korea

Singapore, South Korea, China, Hong Kong - April 24 2020 China has seen the largest-scale adoption of COVID-19 tracking apps in the world. A QR code system designed to show the user's health status was...

Julia Utzerath, Gilbert Cheng.

Contact tracing apps in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, and South Korea

Singapore, South Africa, China, Hong Kong, Japan - April 23 2020 China has seen the largest-scale adoption of COVID-19 tracking apps in the world. A QR code system designed to show the user’s health...

Julia Utzerath, Gilbert Cheng, Junko Ohara.

Where are we now with data protection law in China? (Updated September 2019)

China - September 10 2019 Until recently, China’s data privacy framework was similarly splintered across rules found in various laws, measures and sector-specific regulations...

Pern Yi Quah.