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Patients' data used when German services rush to emergencies lay unprotected in the internet until recently, says the magazine c't. Its disclosure coincides with a lengthy German debate about electronic health cards.
Like the idea of space-based internet? DW Sci-Tech editor Zulfikar Abbany explains why your data might be less safe up there than down here on Earth.
German firms operating in China almost always communicate with their home bases via safe VPN connections. For a long time, Beijing tolerated such networks, but it's now cracking down on any remaining loopholes.
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