Viewpoint: The use of digital anti-counterfeiting encryption technology such as blockchain can improve the accurate collection of emergency information

On February 28, Chen Bing, a professor at the Law School of Nankai University and the director of the Center for Judicial and Social Studies, and Cheng Qian, an assistant researcher at the Law School of Nankai University, co-published "Personal Data Protection and Sharing in Public Health Emergencies" in the surging news. The article pointed out that during the epidemic, a table statistics model adopted in Zhejiang and other places has greatly improved the granularity and rigor of data while opening up the authority of data collection and use by various departments. In the future, if we can further combine digital anti-counterfeiting encryption technology such as blockchain and grassroots information collection management systems, we will be able to achieve one-stop, true and accurate collection of emergency information from the data source.