Bashir and Sharma author article in Nature Medicine on privacy protection and COVID-19

iSchool Associate Professor Masooda Bashir and Informatics PhD student Tanusree Sharma have published a paper, “Use of Apps in the COVID-19 Response and the Loss of Privacy Protection,” in Nature Medicine. In the paper, they examine how digital surveillance used to contain the spread of COVID-19 may impact privacy rights. Read the full story on the iSchool’s website.

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