Sure, we may have a lower investment in the collective good, but we've also been basically conditioned to avoid answering the phone at any and all costs.
For contact-tracing to be effective, at least 56 percent of the population needs to use the app.
UK housing charity Shelter said young people had been particularly devastated by the pandemic, and many find their homes under threat this winter.
With problem after problem besetting the app and no government data, it’s hard to know how long public faith in the app will last.
Is privacy more important than the hypothetical chance to save lives or protect yourself from contagion? We asked an expert.
Tired, sick and distressed people are regularly getting more than ten calls a day because the "world beating" NHS system hasn’t been thought through.
This finding is the latest example of mounting skepticism among experts regarding the effectiveness of the technology.
With a history of privacy violations and racial profiling, it’s hard to think of an entity more ill-suited for this.
Scientists estimated how many alien societies in the Milky Way can send interstellar messages. But just because they can talk does not mean we will hear them.
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For three years, 1.5 million new users had their contacts uploaded to Facebook’s servers without their knowledge or consent.