Immunity Passports: Problem solved or problem evolved?

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With the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic still impacting people and the economy, governments from across the globe are looking at ways to return to life before lockdown.

Last Thursday In Privacy: On-Demand Session

LTIP on demand

Immunity Passports: Problem solved or problem evolved?

With the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic still impacting people and the economy, governments from across the globe are looking at ways to return to life before lockdown. 

Immunity passports have been suggested by scientists and politicians as a potential way of bringing people who have had coronavirus back into the workforce more quickly. But at what cost? BBC Cybersecurity correspondent Joe Tidy hosts our panel bringing together three experts at the intersection between the law and technology in order to debate a central issue for 2020 and beyond.

Hosted by:

  • Tripti Dhar (Partner, Reina Legal LLP), 
  • Joe Tidy (Cyber Security Correspondent, BBC News), 
  • Michael A. Shapiro (Senior Counsel and Director, Data Privacy Group, Clarip), 
  • Barry Cook (Group Data Protection Officer, VFS Global),
  • Jamile Hamideh (Chief Legal Officer, Vinculum).