PrivacyRules interview with Tina3D, the company that developed the South Korean app "Corona 100m"
The South Korean app used to trace covid-19, which became very popular worldwide.
"Interviewing Bae Won Seok was enlightening, as we could clarify some of the most controversial issues his app rose. For instance, Corona 100m uses covid-19 visitation point data which is freely available data provided by the South Korean government" says Andrea Chmieliński Bigazzi, PrivacyRules CEO. "In fact, TINA3D has developed the app to help prevent the spread of the corona virus throughout Korea just by using publicly accessible data" he concludes.
The Corona 100m has been downloaded by nearly 4 million people in South Korea, and is widely recognised as one of the most successful apps created worldwide to prevent the spread of covid-19. The full text of the interview is available on the PrivacyRules homepage.
PrivacyRules will comment the interview in the course of a live webinar with some of its experts and the Data Protection Authority of Norway (Datatilsynet)
The webinar is entitled "Public safety v. privacy: the covid-19 tracing apps conundrum" and will see Susanne Lie, Datatilsynet Senior legal advisor, as guest speaker with PrivacyRules members Kelly Dickson from the law firm Macpherson Kelley (Australia), as moderator and Geert Somers from the law firm Timelex (Belgium), Ruth Ng from the law firm Taylor Vinters Via (Singapore) and Haim Ravia from the law firm Pearl Cohen (Israel) as panellists.
This international panel of privacy experts will reflect on complex questions such as: key priorities and concerns for DPAs related to covid-19 tracing apps; the precarious balance between upholding the privacy of the individual vs the potential benefits to public health; and, whether these tracing apps open the door for other forms of tracking and tracing into the future.
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Andrea Chmielinski Bigazzi