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Will deepfake disguises hit a video conference near you, can Coronavirus-tracing apps be trusted, and should Facebook shut down anti-quarantine events?
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Theme tune: "Vinyl Memories" by Mikael Manvelyan.
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Special Guest: Maria Varmazis.
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- Iain Thomson in fancy dress on Zoom. — Twitter.
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- Avatarify: Avatars for Zoom and Skype — GitHub.
- "Elon Musk joined our Zoom call" — YouTube.
- Avatarify demo — YouTube.
- This Open-Source Program Deepfakes You During Zoom Meetings, in Real Time — Vice.
- Trailer for Zardoz (1974) — YouTube.
- Coronavirus: Governors ask Trump to call off lockdown protests — BBC News.
- Facebook sort-of blocks anti-quarantine events – how many folks are actually behind these 'massive' protests online? — The Register.
- COVID-19 apps — Wikipedia.
- Would You Give Up Health or Location Data to Return to Work? — The New York Times.
- European scientists and researchers raise privacy concerns over coronavirus contact tracing apps — VentureBeat.
- European experts ready smartphone technology to help stop coronavirus — Reuters.
- 2 billion phones cannot use Google and Apple contact-tracing tech — Ars Technica.
- Contact Tracing in the Real World — Light Blue Touchpaper.
- Tracking the Global Response to COVID-19 — Privacy International.
- Apple and Google Respond to Covid-19 Contact Tracing Concerns — Wired.
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- Make These Projects to Fight COVID-19 Right Now — Make.
- 3D Print This Simple Tool Now, To Help Local Sewists Make More Masks for Covid-19 — Make.
- Fix The Mask.
- Turn a T-shirt into a face mask — Ronit Bose Roy on Twitter.
- Educational Documentaries on Netflix — YouTube.
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