Technical help offered to fight virus must safeguard privacy, rights: WHO


The World Health Organization is impressed by the offers of technology to help fight the coronavirus, but privacy and human rights must be protected, Michael Ryan, WHO's top emergencies expert said on Wednesday. (Reuters Technology) More More

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