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May 25th marked three years of General Data Protection Regulation in the UK, with cybersecurity concerns mounting. The UK's data protection authority, the Information Commissioner's Office, recently released data between July 1st and December 31st October...
The Canadian press Employee Raywat Deonandan is more hopeful these days and has seen renewed optimism among many of his epidemiological and infectious disease colleagues. After months of watching negative COVID-19 trends, Deonandan is "full of joy" as cases, hospitalizations...
The former "RHONY" star has a million reasons to celebrate.
. . At best, the AFL draft is more of a speculative act of distributing talented youth than a science. Imagine the uncertainty when clubs draw students who haven't played football this year due to COVID-19, writes Richard Hinds.
WASHINGTON - Election of U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden would mean a stronger alliance with South Korea and other allies, but tensions with North Korea may escalate as Pyongyang may try to test its administration , experts said on Saturday “I think if Biden is elected most of the American allies, including South Korea, will breathe a sigh of relief. He's likely to work a lot harder to strengthen
Ironically, to encourage people to download the COVID Alert app, we need viral processes as we try to contain an actual virus And that's a challenge when you're socially isolated
Since the launch of COVID Alert in July, the app has been downloaded over 27 million times But July was a different time from the pandemic