Privacy

Total 7 Posts

NHS vaccine passports are here – But will they be used beyond international travel?

5 min read
A glance over the NHS app’s new privacy policy has revealed the wider, potentially concerning scope of vaccine passports. It appears that the UK government has definitively abandoned its previous cautious position on vaccine passports.

Refugees have become “props” for organisations to make a wider point.

3 min read
Some people rightly argue for their right to privacy from the press and their right to choose to release information about themselves if, and when, they wish to do so. Refugees don’t get to choose.

Coronavirus: South Korea’s success in controlling disease is due to its acceptance of surveillance.

4 min read
South Korea’s COVID-19 testing programme relies on what many would call privacy invasions.

Coronavirus: location-tracking apps could stop the disease – Here is how.

4 min read
Research indicates people would be willing to give up privacy to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic.

How cameras in public spaces might change how we think.

3 min read
How you feel about eating chips and wearing your pyjamas out – Experiments show how differently you react when you are being observed.

Facial recognition is spreading faster than you realise.

4 min read
The more we use facial recognition, the more we see its limits and its risks.

Compulsory isolation in the fight against Coronavirus — A clash of human rights and public health.

3 min read
It is now legal in England to isolate people against their wishes to prevent the spread of Coronavirus.
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