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Key takeaways include; - Issues over how ‘passports’ will manifest - Implementation needs to be very carefully considered to achieve a goal of standardisation - The potential of Blockchain to achieve digital wallets that produce zero-knowledge proofs – help to increase data minimisation - Governments don’t have the technological skills to find solutions to niche issues like this but there are concerns about outsourcing work to experts – Big Tech and the potential to harvest health data - - Privacy and safety are not mutually exclusive – there cannot be a trade-off
With the current Covid-19 pandemic still impacting people and the economy, governments from across the globe are looking at ways to return to life before lockdown.
Immunity passports have been suggested by several scientists and politicians as a potential way of getting people who have had coronavirus back into the workforce more quickly. However, at what cost? Some privacy experts suggest that this would pose risks to privacy and data protection.
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