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By Russell Seekins

Technology has played a key role in the global effort to combat COVID-19. This role has depended heavily on data – its use, storage and transmission. With digital contact tracing efforts shining a light on privacy and data sharing, the IIC convened a webinar on 29 July 2020 to reflect on new questions in a long-standing debate: What is the balance of interests between the use of data by the state for the common good and the individual right to privacy, and what can we learn from the experience of dealing with these issues since COVID-19 struck?

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The IIC and its Thailand chapter convened webinars on the evolving privacy and data protection considerations for the TMT sector in response to COVID-19.

Intermedia Issue:
Vol 48 Issue 3
Issue Date:
October 2020
Privacy, Safety, Security
Russell Seekins Russell Seekins Editor Intermedia; Partner, Re:Strategy

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