The <a href="http://<iframe style="width:120px;height:240px;" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" src="//">Contact tracing app is <a href="http://<iframe style="width:120px;height:240px;" marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" src="//">hoping to be deployed by June 2, the minister for digital affairs, Cedric O, said on Tuesday. “We hope to have something by June 2,we are pursuing our road map,” he said.

Corona virus local contact tracing app

It is the newly upcoming event in privacy concern in the world arena. Privacy, surveillance concerns are an increasing side effect of pandemic life: expert

As the<a href="http:// ” class=”aioseop-link”> government around the world turn to technology for solutions on slowing the spread of the novel corona virus , privacy experts are left asking another question. Are digital contact tracing efforts worth the privacy trade-off?

This apps which use cellphone data to monitor people’s movement and warn them of any contact with Covid-19 positive patients, requires users to opt-in and voluntarily disclose their health data. Imagine it is the disclosing data about someones and uses the data for tracing purposes. As of the holding of the data and its assets of legal recording, not yet known. Still in concern.

Experts say the developers of the apps may have admirable intentions they say digital contact tracing has significant limitations from both an efficacy and privacy standpoint, and shed light on the risk of additional surveillance.

Data serveilance experiences

After 911: we saw the rapid expansions in response to national crisis in United States and the world.

European parliament passed many legislation on the specific influence of Dada practices

During the early stages of Covid 19 outbreak in Wuhan, China. The press notice that North American Media outlets were quick to report on the “dystopian” surveillance measures being taken to enhance lock down in the region, such as drones equipped with loudspeakers that patrolled the streets.

Here we are in the middle of technology masters human contact digitally. Follow my next edition about Covid-19 and the World health body

By Eyasu Esayas

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