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Subsidized Links Daniel Fainberg by the use of Getty Pictures Israel’s use of telephone tracking technology to track COVID-19 patients has come to a partial finish. A parliamentary oversight committee has halted use of the monitoring to implement quarantines after raising privateness considerations. The privacy violations outweigh the advantages, committee member Ayalet Shaked stated — the telephone tracking tech doesn’t help a lot while police already pay visits to COVID-19 patients to verify they’re following the rules. Police have so far argued that the tool is valuable, having arrested 203

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Sponsored Links Kameleon007 via Getty Images The US government’s quest to fight robocalls is taking on added urgency in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The FCC and FTC have demanded that gateway providers cut off COVID-19-related scam robocalls of overseas origin within 48 hours or else face “serious consequences.” Other phone companies will have permission to block all traffic from those providers if they don’t heed the warning, the agencies said. The de facto order is not-so-subtly aimed at VoIP providers accused of easing access for these scam callers, including

Sponsored Links bubaone via Getty Images Twitter is making good on its promise to verify more health experts. Since the company said it would expand verification two weeks ago, more than 1,000 accounts have received the coveted blue checkmark, according to a company spokesperson. The accounts include doctors, academics, health officials and other experts whose Twitter presence have been increasingly important during the coronavirus pandemic.  Twitter has been attempting to fast-track verification for a wide swath of health experts as part of its efforts to fight the spread of conspiracy

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has forced many public spaces to temporarily close, but “essential” businesses can remain open even in US states that have issued closure orders. A leaked AT&T memo tells employees that it believes its retail locations are essential, but the people working on those stores have expressed fear and outrage on the company’s internal message board.  As the pandemic has unfolded, AT&T closed 40 percent of its locations, but many employees have been assigned shifts at the remaining 60 percent of stores that remain open. AT&T distributed

As another sign of the times, Stanford repurposed its planned Human-Centered AI (HAI) Conference into a digital-only, publicly accessible symposium on how technology has been and can be employed in fighting the spread and assisting in the treatment of COVID-19. We heard from researchers, doctors, statisticians, AI developers, and policymakers about a wide variety of strategies and solutions. Some of them have been working on this problem for a long time, some have quickly re-purposed their flu research, and others have shifted entirely from what they were doing before because

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