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Virus-Tracing Apps Are Rife With Problems. Governments Are Rushing to Fix Them.

By Natasha Singer

As countries race to deploy coronavirus-tracking software, researchers are reporting privacy and security risks that could affect millions of people and undermine trust in public health efforts.

Hong Kong Security Law Sets Stage for Global Internet Fight

By Paul Mozur

As the city grapples with new restrictions on online speech, American tech giants are on the front line of a clash between China and the United States over the internet’s future.

Hong Kong Security Law Sets Stage for Global Internet Fight

By Paul Mozur

As the city grapples with new restrictions on online speech, American tech giants are on the front line of a clash between China and the United States over the internet’s future.

Florida Court Will Hear Video Appeal in Robert Kraft Case

By Ken Belson

An appellate court will decide whether video evidence is admissible in the case against the New England Patriots owner. It was thrown out by a court in Palm Beach County, Fla., in May 2019.

Florida Court Will Hear Video Appeal in Robert Kraft Case

By Ken Belson

An appellate court will decide whether video evidence is admissible in the case against the New England Patriots owner. It was thrown out by a court in Palm Beach County, Fla., in May 2019.

Europe Rolls Out Contact Tracing Apps, With Hope and Trepidation

By Jason Horowitz and Adam Satariano

Italy and Germany activated apps this week as tools to avoid a second wave of coronavirus infections, fueling a debate about privacy rights.

Europe Rolls Out Contact Tracing Apps, With Hope and Trepidation

By Jason Horowitz and Adam Satariano

Italy and Germany activated apps this week as tools to avoid a second wave of coronavirus infections, fueling a debate about privacy rights.

Europe Rolls Out Contact Tracing Apps, With Hope and Trepidation

By Jason Horowitz and Adam Satariano

Italy and Germany activated apps this week as tools to avoid a second wave of coronavirus infections, fueling a debate about privacy rights.

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