Serene-risc members at the National Assembly hearings on contact tracing apps.
Several members of the network, including the Scientific Director, spoke at hearings at the Quebec National Assembly regarding technological tools for contact notification. They answered questions from parliamentarians on the relevance of this type of tool, its usefulness and the conditions of its social acceptability in the fight against COVID-19.
Review of the parliamentary hearings:
Benoît Dupont, professor at the School of Criminology at the Université de Montréal, scientific director of Serene-risc and Canada Research Chair in Cybercrime Prevention.
- Parliamentary hearing (French)
- Article Global News / Hearings on Quebec contact tracing app raise privacy concerns
Sébastien Gambs, professeur au Département d’informatique de l’UQAM, titulaire de la Chaire de recherche du Canada en analyse respectueuse de la vie privée et éthique des données massives.
Mourad Debbabi, Professor in the Institute for Information Systems Engineering at Concordia University and the Canada Research Chair in Information Systems Security.