The Privacy and Security Risks of Web Scraping Coronavirus Data
Web scraping to track individuals who have taken the coronavirus immunization vaccine will be a complex and massive undertaking.
Web scraping to track individuals who have taken the coronavirus immunization vaccine will be a complex and massive undertaking. The need to identify the immunization locations and tasks to wipe out the virus completely exacerbates the situation. A multitude of interconnected government and other state agencies' databases will be required to track the coronavirus vaccine progress. These databases range from ancient codes used to develop mainframe computers and first-generation applications to modern systems.
Simultaneously, tracking coronavirus vaccine immunization is crucial to ensure the killer virus has been routed. Despite the apparent benefits, it is essential to understand the privacy risks arising from tracking coronavirus vaccine progress.
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