Must Read: 7 Lessons Learned From Past Pandemics
'More masks than jellyfish': #coronavirus waste ends up in ocean
Post pandemic: inclusion over isolation - an essay
This weekend in decentralize.today, as part of our continuing series of pieces regarding the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, we are featuring an extended essay paper prepared by a Europe based International Baccalaureate student which addresses Threat theory and the concern that our enforced isolation in recent months could drive us permanently apart.
Bidding on Trust: #Blockchain Help Public Sector in Time of Pandemic?
Contact-tracing app may become a permanent fixture in major Chinese city
Immunity Passports May Be Blockchain's Killer-App, Says Overstock CEO
A flood of coronavirus apps are tracking us. Now it’s time to keep track of them.
Another week, another $3 trillion bailout
From Buenos Aires to Beirut - Covid-19 Excuse Restricts Millions of Citizens from Withdrawing Their Own Money #COVID19 #finance #banksters
You can't have it both ways: Anti-coronavirus masks may thwart our creepy face-recog cameras, London cops admit
German cafe tells customers to wear pool noodles to enforce social distancing
Greta Thunberg Is No ‘Coronavirus Expert’ but Neither Is Mike Pence
US government borrowing threatens future of the currency
It seems that the US government is hell-bent on protecting the economy and this was highlighted in the first week of May when it said it would borrow an estimated $3.7 trillion this fiscal year to cover all of the Covid-19 bailouts.
Washington Restaurants Will Need to Track Diners’ Info As Part of Reopening Requirements
The plan, which includes logging time of arrival, emails, and phone numbers, is meant to facilitate contact tracing
NSO Group Pitched Phone Hacking Tech to American Police
A brochure and emails obtained by Motherboard show how Westbridge, the U.S. arm of NSO, wanted U.S. cops to buy a tool called Phantom
Coronavirus symptom apps are already showing their security problems
A major flaw in a widely-used app raises questions about how much to share
Auckland woman 'creeped out' after restaurant worker uses her contact tracing details to hit on her
While New Zealand is being told to share their personal information to help contact tracing, Newshub has discovered an example where it can go wrong.
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The Internet's Own Boy The Story of Aaron Swartz
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