COVID-19: Combining “trace” to “test & treat” strategies without eroding privacy: a model proposal.

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I know that discussing about digital tracing is hard. I am passionate about privacy and data ownership, so I can understand what worries people. However, I disagree with the idea that technology can only compromise privacy. On the contrary, technology can strengthen privacy and freedom, beyond any policy, regulation or

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Digital Platforms @ Beretta | PhD student in Statistics & Data Science @ AEM, UNIBS | Engineer | Only personal opinions here | Code is Law (cit.)

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Digital Platforms @ Beretta | PhD student in Statistics & Data Science @ AEM, UNIBS | Engineer | Only personal opinions here | Code is Law (cit.)

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