2023
DOI: 10.4018/jdm.324075
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Privacy-Preserving Contact Tracing for Curbing the Spread of Infectious Disease

Abstract: The world is facing one of the greatest public health threats in modern history. Various techniques based on contact tracing have been developed to support non-pharmaceutical interventions. The growing evidence shows that app-based contact tracing can reduce the spread of COVID-19 if a certain proportion of the population uses the apps. However, the risk of privacy breaches that comes with such apps has long been a public concern which may hinder the uptake of the apps. In this paper, the authors attempt to fi… Show more

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