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Experts: Efforts to Expand Telehealth in Pandemic Still Leaving Rural U.S. Behind

Without high-speed internet, many rural communities may still have to leave homes to access online health services

People Uncomfortable With Government Tracking, but Less So if It’s to Fight Virus

U.S. has reportedly been looking to tech companies to access smartphone mobile data to stop COVID-19 spread

2 in 3 Voters at Least Somewhat Concerned About Voting in Person During Coronavirus

Voters also have more trust in remote voting methods than they did after Iowa caucuses

Video Calling Prompts Privacy Concerns as Pandemic Drives Work, Education Online

Transition to virtual work leaves school officials and employers to wrestle with data protection

E-Scooters Rely on China for Parts. Here’s How the Industry Is Weathering Coronavirus

Micromobility businesses say they’re watching the pandemic closely for supply chain impact

2 in 5 Adults Rate Social Media as ‘Poor’ at Curbing Coronavirus Misinformation

Facebook, Twitter and others have been working with WHO to contain spread of false health claims

Sen. Moran to Introduce Privacy Bill That Beefs Up FTC, Expands Consumer Rights

The Kansas Republican is introducing the bill without expected legislative counterpart Sen. Blumenthal (D-Conn.)

Self-Driving Bill’s Path to Passage Hits a Familiar Obstacle: Forced Arbitration

Stakeholders in the negotiations each named the lack of language as a top concern in draft feedback

EARN IT Act: Instant Reaction

The bill is the latest attempt to amend Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act

After Iowa Caucuses, Voters Have Low Confidence in Tech-Enabled Voting Methods

Voters are more likely to put their trust in methods with paper ballots

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