This is the best part and very true.
Gary Warner, director of research in computer forensics at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), told SCMagazineUS.com on Wednesday that he likes the idea of health certificates, but all of the possible legal implications must be considered before implementing such a plan.
The model could, for example, turn into a “dangerous game” if an individual, who is denied internet access, cannot do their job and decides to sue, Warner said.
He said the effort will only work if involved parties use the information they gather for public good, much like in the public health community when vaccines are developed.
“We have to find ways to break down these barriers of information sharing,” Warner said. “Until we have full visibility on the problem, we aren't going to know how to solve it.”