Posts Tagged ‘priv422’

Quantification of private information leakage from phenotype-genotype data: linking attacks – PubMed

April 18, 2022

Data Sanitization to Reduce Private Information Leakage from Functional Genomics – PubMed

April 18, 2022

On Jim Watson’s APOE status: genetic information is hard to hide – PMC

April 18, 2022

James Watson and the missing gene – Mind Hacks

April 18, 2022

AOL search log release – Wikipedia

April 17, 2022

Why world leaders are refusing to give Russia their DNA | The Week UK

March 6, 2022

Thought this story was intriguing in relation to genomic #privacy & how the pandemic has potentially amplified worries about it. It was presaged by an opinion piece we did a decade ago

Does Part of Putin’s Wartime Mindset Reflect Pandemic Isolation? – The New York Times

March 6, 2022
Now Mr. Putin has in-person visitors — including the Israeli prime minister, Naftali Bennett, who met with Mr. Putin for about three hours on Saturday. (Mr. Putin’s residence and the Kremlin are outfitted with disinfectant tunnels that all visitors must pass through.)

Some of the world leaders who have met with Mr. Putin in recent diplomatic overtures were seated 20 feet from him at a behemoth of a table, having refused to submit to Russian P.C.R. tests that would make their DNA available to the Russians. Otherwise, people who meet him face-to-face generally have spent as long as two weeks in quarantine first.

Mr. Putin’s extreme caution reflects not only his age — he is 69, putting him at relatively high risk of severe illness from the coronavirus — but also what critics describe as paranoia honed during his former career as a K.G.B. spy.

Tests Show Genetic Signature of Coronavirus That Likely Infected Trump – The New York Times

November 7, 2020

Hands on: Atmotube Pro, an iPhone-connected portable air quality alert system

July 7, 2019

similar to awair
Hands on: Atmotube Pro, an iPhone-connected portable air quality alert

Analyzing 1.1 Billion NYC Taxi and Uber Trips, with a Vengeance

May 22, 2018

Thoughts on @R_Thaler & @CassSunstein’s Nudge General points about human decision making, with practical
implications for one’s day-to-day life HT @Rozowsky