People Count, book review: Technology, data, privacy and contact-tracing apps

Prejudice does not make for good science, however, and in a pandemic good science is what we need. Now, a year and a half later, in People Count: Contact Tracing Apps and Public Health, Tufts University professor Susan Landau has set out to make a sober assessment. . You have to feel for her here, because writing a book about such a fast-moving topic is pretty much like trying to nail flan to the ceiling.

Link: People Count, book review: Technology, data, privacy and contact-tracing apps
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