Posts Tagged ‘privacy’

Interesting New Privacy Papers

May 29, 2023

the authors used deep sequencing of environmental DNA (eDNA) to find human genomic information, which they called human genetic bycatch (HGB). This paper was published in Nature Ecology & Evolution.

This study was also featured in an article in the New York Times.

Humans shed genetic information everywhere they go

May 29, 2023

Your DNA Can Now Be Pulled From Thin Air. Privacy Experts Are Worried. – The New York Times

May 17, 2023

Proving a photo is fake is one thing. Proving it isn’t is another | The Economist

March 6, 2023

China’s government is mass-collecting DNA from Tibetans | The Economist

September 30, 2022

How spying on sewage could save lives | The Economist

September 30, 2022

DNA Deconvolution | Mixolydian

September 28, 2022

How the Find My App Became an Accidental Friendship Fixture – The New York Times

August 20, 2022

Apple contractors ‘regularly hear confidential details’ on Siri recordings | Apple | The Guardian

July 31, 2022

In a Post-Roe World, the Future of Digital Privacy Looks Even Grimmer – The New York Times

July 31, 2022