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What digital contact tracing means for privacy

May 26, 2020

Update: This episode has ended

This week on Radio Corona, join us for a discussion about digital contact tracing initiatives with Gideon Lichfield, our editor-in-chief, Danny Weitzner of MIT’s CSAIL, and Bobbie Johnson, a Tech Review Senior Editor. Bobbie is part of the team at TR that has been reporting on contact tracing apps around the world. Danny has been working on a privacy preserving protocol for these apps at MIT called PACT. We will be discussing the importance of these projects, digital contact tracing technology, how it might be used in the US, and privacy considerations.

This broadcast took place on Wednesday, May 27th at 3:30pm ET.  You can watch the episode below.

As usual, we will be broadcasting from Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn Live, Twitter and Twitch. To watch previous episodes, check out our home page.

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