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The PACT (Private Automated Contact Tracing) protocol is a simple, decentralized approach to using smartphones for contact tracing based on Bluetooth proximity. Users of this scheme do not reveal anything about themselves, unless they volunteer to do so. In particular, users can volunteer to donate their private data to a (trusted) health authority, who can then use this data to further control the spread of the virus, but this is discretionary to the users.
Recently we see many companies are moving their data from local data centers to public managed clouds. But with these changes, some questions come up - Can I store my data on more than one public cloud provider?What if a company wants some of the data stored...
Red Hat’s User Experience Design (UXD) team researches, designs, and develops product experiences in the open. This means users play a big role in everything we do. To create products people actually want to use, we work with them, gather their feedback, and make sure...
Reviews are in for Langdon White and Bandan Das’ first-ever virtual software engineering course at Boston University : Online classes work. This semester-long course which was first taught in the spring of 2020 became a bellwether for the potential of virtual...
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