The Failure of the UK’s Centralised Covid-19 Contact-tracing App by Oliver Butler

The Promise of a Contact-Tracing App On 31st January 2020, the first two cases of Covid-19 in the UK were confirmed and it was reported that the NHS was seeking to trace their close contacts. By 29th February 2020, 23 cases were confirmed and over 10,000 people had been tested, including the first patient to be diagnosed who had not had any recent travel outside … Continuer de lire The Failure of the UK’s Centralised Covid-19 Contact-tracing App by Oliver Butler

Breaking for the Summer: Time to read (again) the posts on Data protection issues and Covid-19 – Comparative Perspectives

Blogdroiteuropéen breaks its publication for the Summer. The e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » (organised by Dr. Yseult Marique, Senior Lecturer at the University of Essex and FÖV Speyer and Dr. Olivia Tambou, Associate Professor at the University of Paris-Dauphine, External Scientific Fellow at the Max Planck Institute of Luxembourg, and Founder- Editor of Blogdroiteuropeen) will go on with updated … Continuer de lire Breaking for the Summer: Time to read (again) the posts on Data protection issues and Covid-19 – Comparative Perspectives

Covid-19 and Data Protection in Japan, by Hiroshi Miyashita

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult … Continuer de lire Covid-19 and Data Protection in Japan, by Hiroshi Miyashita

Tracing applications in Canada: Lessons on how to regulate artificial intelligence – A few words explaining the Covid-19 situation in Canada, by Vincent Gautrais

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult Marique, Senior … Continuer de lire Tracing applications in Canada: Lessons on how to regulate artificial intelligence – A few words explaining the Covid-19 situation in Canada, by Vincent Gautrais

Contact tracing and data protection during Covid-19 pandemic in South Africa, by Melody Muson

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult Marique, Senior … Continuer de lire Contact tracing and data protection during Covid-19 pandemic in South Africa, by Melody Muson

New powers accorded to the police due to Covid-19 in Slovenia, by Nataša Pirc Musar

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult Marique, Senior … Continuer de lire New powers accorded to the police due to Covid-19 in Slovenia, by Nataša Pirc Musar

Covid-19 & data protection in The Netherlands: contact tracing app and automated collection of location data, by Raphaël Gellert

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult Marique, Senior … Continuer de lire Covid-19 & data protection in The Netherlands: contact tracing app and automated collection of location data, by Raphaël Gellert

The Political Life of COVIDSafe Contact Tracing in Australia, by Jake Goldenfein

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult … Continuer de lire The Political Life of COVIDSafe Contact Tracing in Australia, by Jake Goldenfein

Covid-19 and data protection in the European Union: a platform worker’s perspective, by Claire Marzo

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult Marique, Senior … Continuer de lire Covid-19 and data protection in the European Union: a platform worker’s perspective, by Claire Marzo

Data protection issues related to Covid-19 in France Part 2: Control of some intrusive surveillance by public authorities by Olivia Tambou

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult Marique, Senior Lecturer … Continuer de lire Data protection issues related to Covid-19 in France Part 2: Control of some intrusive surveillance by public authorities by Olivia Tambou