Umberto Bacchi

Close up shot of a woman's hands, one wearing a white latex glove, as she holds a passport.
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COVID-19: Are Digital Health Passports a Good Idea?

Digital tools to certify immunity from COVID-19 could help ease lockdowns, but raise equality and privacy concerns.
ARCHIVE PICTURE: An officer of the Tunisian State Border Guard Service wearing a protective mask checks the passport of a passenger, as a precautionary measure to avoid contracting coronavirus work at Tunisia Airport in Tunis, Tunisia February 29, 2020. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi
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Booming Market for Fake COVID-19 Vaccine Passports Sparks Alarm

Fraudsters sell forged COVID-19 vaccination certificates on the dark web in a fast-growing pandemic scam, cyber security analysts say.
An employee of Spirit airline wearing a face mask asks a passenger for a passport
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How COVID-19 Certificates and Passports Could Help Reopen Economies Around the World

Digital tools to certify immunity from COVID-19 could help ease lockdowns, but raise equality and privacy concerns.
FILE PHOTO: A man uses his smartphone and laptop as he sits on the shore of the Gulf of Finland amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Saint Petersburg, Russia May 27, 2020. | REUTERS/Anton Vaganov
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Countries Woo Digital Nomads Amid Coronavirus

Barbados, Estonia, Georgia and Bermuda launch visa regimes for remote workers, flaunting beaches and good Covid-19 response.
RCHIVE PHOTO: A man speaks to his friend using Skype at an internet cafe in central London August 10, 2010. | REUTERS/Paul Hackett
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Internet Access Becomes Basic Need Amid Coronavirus Lockdowns Worldwide

As key services shift online due to coronavirus restrictions, low-income people with no access to the web face new hurdles.
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