the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) wants to build and host a national server to store the data collected from the exposure notification applications. It is in partnership with Apple, Google and Microsoft to do this.
Rather than each state and territorial public health agency bearing the burden of building and hosting its own key servers, a national server can securely host the keys of the users concerned, eliminate duplication and activate notifications across the borders of the state. The APHL also supports the effort to build and host a national key server on behalf of the public health community. This will allow users to continuously benefit from exposure notifications when traveling across state borders, and will help state and territorial agencies to quickly deploy their apps.
Only two days ago, Trump control deleted CDC COVID-19 public data, and now someone wants to build a national server? What could go wrong?
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