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How Taiwan’s unlikely Digital Minister hacked the pandemic

33 mins | Nov 5, 2020
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For Audrey Tang, tech can build trust, tame misinformation and strengthen democracy. In WIRED magazine, Andrew Leonard profiles Tang — a hacking prodigy, trans woman, and Taiwan's youngest-ever cabinet appointee — analysing the nation's remarkable response to the coronavirus pandemic, and the vital role she has played seeing it through thanks to her open policies, which she believes may also work in the US.
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