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Could Contact Tracing Apps Lead to Excessive Surveillance?

Contact tracing apps are helping governments keep coronavirus infection rates low and prevent future outbreaks. Singapore's TraceTogether app has already seen success and other nations including India, China and the UK are following suit. But this technology requires vast amounts of personal information in order to work. But could that data be misused by those in power? Guest: Aamer Anwar Human Rights Lawyer

Questions over efficacy of contact tracing apps

Questions over efficacy of contact tracing apps

Hong Kong aims to be global fintech leader | Money Talks

Hong Kong aims to be global fintech leader | Money Talks

US military buys data mined from Muslim apps

US military buys data mined from Muslim apps

COVID-19 And Technology

COVID-19 And Technology

Deadliest school shootings in the US over the past 10 years

Deadliest school shootings in the US over the past 10 years

India’s iconic Taj Mahal at the heart of a political storm

India’s iconic Taj Mahal at the heart of a political storm

PKK terror group targets Kurdish TV station building

PKK terror group targets Kurdish TV station building

Türkiye's Altun asks social media companies to stop providing opportunities to terror organisations

Türkiye's Altun asks social media companies to stop providing opportunities to terror organisations

Man undergoes world’s first double arm transplant

Man undergoes world’s first double arm transplant

Russia bans actor Morgan Freeman

Russia bans actor Morgan Freeman

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What are controlled fires and why has the US stopped them?

Joe Biden’s stance on China may signal a major shift in US economic and foreign policy

Joe Biden’s stance on China may signal a major shift in US economic and foreign policy

Study finds ‘systemic racism’ in UK maternity care

Study finds ‘systemic racism’ in UK maternity care

More than 1,000 Palestinian face eviction

More than 1,000 Palestinian face eviction

Mentally ill Indian man beaten to death 'on suspicion of being Muslim'

Mentally ill Indian man beaten to death 'on suspicion of being Muslim'

Are we in a 'new phase' of financial market sell-offs?

Are we in a 'new phase' of financial market sell-offs?

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