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A government is the system or group of people governing an organized community, generally a state. In the case of its broad associative definition, government normally consists of legislature, executive, and judiciary.

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freeCodeCamp

by freeCodeCamp javascript

star image 344419 BSD-3-Clause

freeCodeCamp.org's open-source codebase and curriculum. Learn to code for free.

create-react-app

by facebook javascript

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Set up a modern web app by running one command.

models

by tensorflow python

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Models and examples built with TensorFlow

core

by home-assistant python

star image 51780 Apache-2.0

:house_with_garden: Open source home automation that puts local control and privacy first.

arthas

by alibaba java

star image 28539 Apache-2.0

Alibaba Java Diagnostic Tool Arthas/Alibaba Java诊断利器Arthas

react-beautiful-dnd

by atlassian javascript

star image 26467 NOASSERTION

Beautiful and accessible drag and drop for lists with React

fastify

by fastify javascript

star image 22692 NOASSERTION

Fast and low overhead web framework, for Node.js

hosts

by StevenBlack python

star image 20509 MIT

🔒 Consolidating and extending hosts files from several well-curated sources. Optionally pick extensions for porn, social media, and other categories.

Recoil

by facebookexperimental javascript

star image 16419 MIT

Recoil is an experimental state management library for React apps. It provides several capabilities that are difficult to achieve with React alone, while being compatible with the newest features of React.

freeCodeCamp

by freeCodeCamp javascript

star image 344419 BSD-3-Clause

freeCodeCamp.org's open-source codebase and curriculum. Learn to code for free.

create-react-app

by facebook javascript

star image 94434 MIT

Set up a modern web app by running one command.

models

by tensorflow python

star image 73392 NOASSERTION

Models and examples built with TensorFlow

core

by home-assistant python

star image 51780 Apache-2.0

:house_with_garden: Open source home automation that puts local control and privacy first.

arthas

by alibaba java

star image 28539 Apache-2.0

Alibaba Java Diagnostic Tool Arthas/Alibaba Java诊断利器Arthas

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by atlassian javascript

star image 26467 NOASSERTION

Beautiful and accessible drag and drop for lists with React

fastify

by fastify javascript

star image 22692 NOASSERTION

Fast and low overhead web framework, for Node.js

hosts

by StevenBlack python

star image 20509 MIT

🔒 Consolidating and extending hosts files from several well-curated sources. Optionally pick extensions for porn, social media, and other categories.

Recoil

by facebookexperimental javascript

star image 16419 MIT

Recoil is an experimental state management library for React apps. It provides several capabilities that are difficult to achieve with React alone, while being compatible with the newest features of React.

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Recoil

by facebookexperimental javascript

star image 16419 MIT

Recoil is an experimental state management library for React apps. It provides several capabilities that are difficult to achieve with React alone, while being compatible with the newest features of React.

open-project-1

by UnityTechnologies csharp

star image 3966 Apache-2.0

Unity Open Project #1: Chop Chop

androidx

by androidx kotlin

star image 3621 Apache-2.0

Development environment for Android Jetpack extension libraries under the androidx namespace. Synchronized with Android Jetpack's primary development branch on AOSP.

police-brutality

by 2020PB python

star image 2743 MIT

Repository containing evidence of police brutality during the 2020 George Floyd protests

API

by disease-sh javascript

star image 2368 GPL-3.0

API for Current cases and more stuff about COVID-19 and Influenza

Real-World-Masked-Face-Dataset

by X-zhangyang python

star image 1291

Real-World Masked Face Dataset,口罩人脸数据集

co2-data

by owid python

star image 259

Data on CO2 and greenhouse gas emissions by Our World in Data

Av3Emulator

by lyuma csharp

star image 233 NOASSERTION

Emulator for VRChat's Avatars 3.0 system, built on the Unity PlayableGraph API

amazon.aws

by ansible-collections python

star image 145 GPL-3.0

Ansible Collection for Amazon AWS

Recoil

by facebookexperimental javascript

star image 16419 MIT

Recoil is an experimental state management library for React apps. It provides several capabilities that are difficult to achieve with React alone, while being compatible with the newest features of React.

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by UnityTechnologies csharp

star image 3966 Apache-2.0

Unity Open Project #1: Chop Chop

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by androidx kotlin

star image 3621 Apache-2.0

Development environment for Android Jetpack extension libraries under the androidx namespace. Synchronized with Android Jetpack's primary development branch on AOSP.

police-brutality

by 2020PB python

star image 2743 MIT

Repository containing evidence of police brutality during the 2020 George Floyd protests

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by disease-sh javascript

star image 2368 GPL-3.0

API for Current cases and more stuff about COVID-19 and Influenza

Real-World-Masked-Face-Dataset

by X-zhangyang python

star image 1291

Real-World Masked Face Dataset,口罩人脸数据集

co2-data

by owid python

star image 259

Data on CO2 and greenhouse gas emissions by Our World in Data

Av3Emulator

by lyuma csharp

star image 233 NOASSERTION

Emulator for VRChat's Avatars 3.0 system, built on the Unity PlayableGraph API

amazon.aws

by ansible-collections python

star image 145 GPL-3.0

Ansible Collection for Amazon AWS

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Agriculture is the oldest industry known to humanity and a key driver in human evolution. Multiple revolutions have shaped agricultural productivity through automation and information availability. Digital technology further enhances agriculture through drones and other robotic automation, satellite-based weather, land use, water, and crop information, IoT-based intelligent farm management, hydroponics, and vertical farming to improve space utilization, and intelligent algorithms and data sharing to optimize lifecycles.

kandi has shortlisted sample libraries that help you try AgriTech. While there are over 1,700 libraries available from multiple providers, the below collection brings forth samples from varied use cases to help you try a few. Use kandi search to find specific use cases.

Community and Lookup Services

You can start with simple community and lookup services such as OpenFarm by openfarmcc, trefle-api by treflehq, Automatic-leaf-infection-identifier by johri002.

Farm Management

Try farm management and uses cases like organic certification through tania by Tanibox, tania-core by Tanibox, farmOS by farmOS, ekylibre by ekylibre, FarmData2 by DickinsonCollege.

Stand-alone Automation

For simpler, stand alone automation across tractors, watering try lawn_tractor by ros-agriculture, Lawn-mower-robot by steger123, GardenPi by rjsears.

End-to-end Automation

For larger scale automation, try openag-device-software by OpenAgricultureFoundation, FruxePi by fruxefarms, SuperGreenOS by supergreenlab, KAISPE_Agriculture_Remote_Monitoring by KAISPE_LLC.

Datasets and Predictive Algorithms

For data sets to train your models, you can use agridat by kwstat, agridatasets by picasa.

If you are looking for specific information and predictive algorithms for use cases like soil moisture, crop yield prediction, fertilizer requirements try pycrop-yield-prediction by gabrieltseng, harvest_helper by damwhit, ML-Precision-Agriculture-Web-App by Empharez, Smart-Agriculture-using-IoT-and-Machine-Learning by Chinukapoor, Smart-Farming-Fertilizer-Prediction by suvam14das, kisanmitra by ashishpatel0720, WaporTranslator by TimHessels, crops_and_oscillations by matheino.

Commercial Operations

For commercial operations like e-commerce and insurance, try CropInsuranceSolution by sachinjegaonkar, localorbit by LocalOrbit, Agri-Sasa by bensalcie, E-Mandi by madhurpatle.

The European Commission proposed the EU Digital COVID Certificate for safe travel. It is free of charge, secure, and accessible to all. It is available in digital format and on paper, and it will be proof that a person has been vaccinated against COVID-19, tested negative, or recovered from an infection. The EU Commission has completed the procedures for the certificate launch in June, and the Member States have started implementing it. The EU gateway verifies the security features contained in the QR codes of all certificates. The EU gateway will allow citizens and authorities to be sure that the certificates are authentic. During this process, no personal data is exchanged or retained.

On the other hand, the US has confirmed that there won't be a national app, leaving the choice to states. Some states have banned the apps as examples of government overreach. Different countries are exploring leveraging vaccine certificates. The debate persists on vaccine inequality at a global level, and such vaccine passports further magnify the disparities across populations.

While the adoption of such COVID-19 vaccine passports scales up and travel picks up across geographies, the development community needs to be ready to integrate vaccine passport capability across multiple use cases such as immigration, travel, hospitality, health care, facility management, and much more. There are over a thousand libraries available specifically on COVID-19 vaccine passports as well as good health practices. The kandi collection on COVID-19 Vaccine Passports showcases reusable libraries from the EU Digital COVID Certificate, previously named the EU Digital Green Certificate, and multiple other providers and emerging solutions from the Linux Foundation Public Health (LFPH). The libraries span across issuance, wallets, verification, testing, and analytics of COVID-19 vaccine passports.

EU Digital COVID Certificate Libraries

dgca-wallet-app-ios by eu-digital-green-certificates, dgca-wallet-app-android by eu-digital-green-certificates, dgca-verifier-app-ios by eu-digital-green-certificates, dgca-verifier-app-android by eu-digital-green-certificates, dgca-verifier-service by eu-digital-green-certificates, dgca-issuance-service by eu-digital-green-certificates, dgca-issuance-web by eu-digital-green-certificates, and dcc-quality-assurance by eu-digital-green-certificates provide capabilities across issuance, wallets, verification, and testing based on the EU Digital COVID Certificate, previously named the EU Digital Green Certificate.

COVID Certificate Libraries from other providers

CoronaPass by Bizagi_Ltd, covidpass by covidpass-org, dgc-java by DIGGSweden, DGCValidator by DIGGSweden, covid19-passbook-generator by clawfire, covidpass-api by marvinsxtr, and digitaler-impfpass-reader-js by adrianrudnik provide capabilities across issuance, wallets, and verification of digital COVID-19 certificates.

The Linux Foundation Public Health (LFPH) Libraries

The Global COVID Certificate Network (GCCN) from the Linux Foundation Public Health (LFPH) Libraries are evolving and Cardea by MLBazaar and lfph-landscape by lfph provide a baseline into this future development. Stay tuned for further developments on GCCN.

Amazon was recently fined $886 million for EU data privacy. The Luxembourg National Commission for Data Protection (CNPD) imposed the fine on Amazon Europe in a July 16 decision, the company disclosed in a regulatory filing. Amazon further stated that they strongly disagree with the CNPD’s ruling, and intended to appeal against it. In 2019, Google was fined a GDPR penalty of €50 million.

The penalty stems from the 2018 complaint by French privacy rights group La Quadrature du Net, to ensure Big Tech companies don’t use consumer data to manipulate their behavior for political or commercial purposes. It was filed on behalf of more than 10,000 customers and alleged that Amazon manipulates customers for commercial means by choosing what advertising and information they receive. The complaint also targeted Apple, Facebook, Google, and LinkedIn.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the strictest privacy and security law in the world. The regulation was put into effect on May 25, 2018. While it has been in effect for a while, complying to its 99 Articles and 173 Recitals of the Regulation could be difficult as seen with the case with the tech majors. The GDPR has inspired other legislations, such as Brazil’s LGPD to the CCPA in California. Hence compliance is critical for businesses around the world.

kandi collection on GDPR Compliance Solutions showcases popular open source libraries that help you in achieving GDPR compliance. The use cases span across frameworks and checklists, data scanners, and compliance toolkits. Do not construe this as legal advice.

GDPR Frameworks and Checklists

GDPR-Transparency-and-Consent-Framework by InteractiveAdvertisingBureau and gdpr-checklist by privacyradius can help you understand the GDPR requirements and implementation approach.

GDPR Scanners

Use the below libraries for scanning GDPR compliance across different technologies and providers.

GDPR Compliance Libraries

Leverage the below libraries for implementing GDPR compliance, privacy policies and cookie consent in your website across specific technologies.

Over 850 footballers in the UK have threatened to sue over 17 sports data processing companies over using their personal data without consent. While they have initially identified companies across sports data analytics, entertainment and betting, they believe over 150 companies could be using players' data without consent. The core of the plea is non-compliance under Article 4 of the GDPR, which prohibits using personal data such as physical, physiological, location information without consent. To highlight the scale of the issue, about 7,000 pieces of information on one player are being used in analytics and other uses. If this legal action is successful, it can reshape how data is used in sports and across many industries. It can even create a new economy around 'data trading'. While GDPR adherence and PII usage guidelines shape up globally over the next many years, it is essential for developers to proactively comply with current GDPR and develop strong practices around PII data governance. kandi kit on GDPR Review and Compliance showcases popular libraries that provide frameworks, scanners, best practices, and implementation utilities for GDPR compliance. News source: https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-58873132

GDPR Frameworks and Audits

Solutions for understanding the GDPR framework, audit tools, and scanners.

GDPR Compliance Implementation

Utilities that enable you to implement GDPR compliance in our solutions.

It is truly a 'Hello World' moment! Multiple global stakeholders are stressing the need and doing their bit on decarbonization. The US reaffirmed its commitment to the Paris accord. French lawmakers recently approved a ban on short domestic flights to instead promote trains for journeys that can be covered in under two-and-a-half hours.

Did you know there are thousands of libraries available to you to try your bit with decarbonization? We've assembled a few interesting starter components for you to experiment with your first steps in decarbonization.

If you are further interested, ask the Greta personal assistant listed in the collection, or search to discover more exciting components to jumpstart your application development on kandi.

Carbon Emissions Data

CO2 Emissions (kt) | World Bank Open Data by Rearc and co2-data by owid help you start with data.

Visualize Carbonization

electricitymap-contrib by tmrowco, IndustrialSmokePlumeDetection by HSG-AIML, Carbon-Footprint-Calculator by absambam, and Footprint by ubclaunchpad enable you to visualize your surroundings, your travel, or your food in the context of carbonization.

Reduce Technology Carbon Footprint

If you are passionate about technology, codecarbon by mlco2, carbontracker by lfwa, and low-web-extension by lowwebtech are good starters to understand and reduce your technology carbon footprint.

Fun Projects on Decarbonization

If you want to try some fun activities towards decarbonization, carbon0-web-app by Carbon0-Games is a simple gamified approach; FI-Automated-Greenhouse by fisherinnovation helps you run your own hydroponic greenhouse in small spaces, and lastly, greta by protea-earth gives you your own Greta personal assistant.

Open Source Intelligence has played a pivotal role in key events like tracing Covid-19 origins, MH17 downing, the Boston Marathon bombing, and the Myanmar refugee crisis. Approximately 500 million tweets are published every day, totaling over 200 billion posts in a year. Facebook users upload 350 million photos per day. YouTube users add nearly 720,000 hours of new video every day. Almost all devices are online today in the connected world.

While monitoring messages was exclusive to intelligence agencies, the tons of information available in the public realm today has made it possible for general and security enthusiasts to look for insights that might not have been possible earlier. The U.S. Department of State defines OSINT as "intelligence that is produced from publicly available information and is collected, exploited, and disseminated promptly to an appropriate audience to address a specific intelligence requirement."

Designed correctly, OSINT can reduce risk across a variety of common risks such as weather conditions, disease outbreaks, corporate risk management, data privacy, reputation management, in addition to higher-order tasks like national security and cybersecurity. Do not construe this as legal advice, promotion, or authorization to indulge in any activity whatsoever.

OSINT Framework

The OSINT framework enables gathering information from free tools or resources. The below open source libraries introduce and enable gathering information based on the OSINT Framework.

Target Reconnaissance

Recon-ng is a full-featured reconnaissance framework designed with the goal of providing a powerful environment to conduct open source web-based reconnaissance quickly and thoroughly.

Information Collection

theHarvester and similar tools gather emails, names, subdomains, IPs and URLs using multiple public data sources.

Track Online Assets

Shodan and Amass enable researchers to see the exposed assets.

Google Search

Google dorks provides information through the usage of operators, which are otherwise difficult to extract using simple searches.

The haunting images of Afghans falling off a US evacuation plane, and babies handed across barbed wires to strangers in search of hope, foretell another humanitarian crisis unfolding. Afghanistan is the third-largest source-nation for refugees, with Syria and Venezuela leading the list.

The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) currently estimates 82.4 million forcibly displaced people around the world, including internally displaced persons, stateless individuals, and refugees. Given the Covid situation leading to border closings, resettlement has also been impacted.

Refugees face tremendous challenges in the places they leave and very likely will face significant hurdles in their resettlement or return. Technology, especially the open source ecosystem, has been doing its bit to alleviate the challenges faced by the refugees. With the kandi kit for Refugee Support Solutions, we have showcased the best open source and public libraries that help across multiple facets of understanding and resettling refugees. The critical use cases that we found in these popular libraries were visualizing the global refugee situation from published data sources like governments and the UNHCR and open source intelligence sources such as Twitter feeds and google trends. The use cases also covered asylum processing and social integration through information sharing and rehabilitation, mentoring, medical and legal support. In addition, we found use cases across aid management.

While individually, their impact might be minimal, this kit represents strong potential for technology for good. Do share and contribute to the common cause through technology or other means.

Understand and Visualize the Refugee Crisis

The below libraries help visualize the refugee crisis from UNHCR, the press, government data as well as data from Twitter, Google trends and visualization tools for human resettlement.

Asylum Processing and Social Integration

Use the below libraries for implementing use cases in asylum processing, multilingual communication, and information sharing.

Refugee Rehabilitation

The below libraries implement use cases to help refugees seek work, mentoring, training, legal and medical support.

Refugee Aid Management

Use the below libraries for managing aid workflows across requests, tracking, and fulfillment.

Why aren't consumers allowed to fix their gadgets on their own terms? Advocates worldwide have been attempting to push for effective' right to repair' laws. The 'right to repair' movement has faced resistance from tech giants such as Apple, Amazon, Tesla, and Microsoft. They counter that opening up their design and IP to third-party services, or repairers could lead to IP misuse and reduce the safety and security of their devices.

The goal of the 'right to repair' movement is to get manufacturers of devices to make spares, tools, and the know-how to repair devices available to the public to increase the lifespan of products, improve recycling and eliminate waste.

US President Joe Biden signed an executive order calling on the Federal Trade Commission to curb restrictions imposed by manufacturers that limit consumers' ability to repair their gadgets on their terms. The UK also introduced right-to-repair rules that make it much easier to buy and repair daily-use gadgets.

kandi collection on Right to Repair - Service Management Solutions showcases popular libraries across stand-alone Repair and Service Management Solutions, Service Management Integrations to ECommerce and ERP and Predictive Maintenance libraries.

Repair and Service Management Solutions

Servo by fpsw, RepService by victordomingos, field-service by OCA, otrs by OTRS, felicity by Unotechsoftware and Geoclarity by babupriyavrat provide Repair and Service Management capabilities

Service Management Extensions for ECommerce and ERP

ofbiz-framework by apache and woocommerce-return-warranty-management by ChiliDevsTeam enable Service Management in ECommerce and ERP

Experiment with Predictive Maintenance

Try Predictive-Maintenance-using-LSTM by umbertogriffo, AI-PredictiveMaintenance by Azure and predictive-maintenance-using-machine-learning by awslabs to experiment with Predictive Maintenance

On this Labor Day, I was pondering on the advances made in labor laws and opportunities. The US Labor Day and the International Workers' Day (May 1) date back to the 1880s. The early Labor days were a celebration of unions and early wins on legalizing the eight-hour workday. The subsequent focus was on establishing weekends, sick days, and paid time off. Now some 140 years later, the top labor issues are very much similar. The US Department of Labor lists Discrimination and Harassment, Wrongful Termination, Family and Medical Leave, Minimum Wage, Unsafe Workplace Conditions, and Workers' Compensation for Illness or Injury as the top employment issues. The kandi kit on Top Labor Issues and Solutions showcases open source and reusable libraries across these core issues of Discrimination, Harassment and Wrongful Discharge, Compensation, Family and Medical Leaves, Minimum Wage, Overtime, and Misclassification, and Workplace Safety. While there are a few hundred reusable libraries on each topic, there is still a significant opportunity for developing solutions. If you find any other libraries or use cases, publish them through your own kit.

Discrimination, Harassment and Wrongful Termination

These libraries cover topics across bias and discrimination across the employment lifecycle of hiring, pay, and termination/ discharge.

Compensation, Family and Medical Leaves

These libraries cover topics across Compensation for Illness or Injury, and Family and Medical Leaves.

Workplace Safety

These libraries cover topics across Unsafe Workplace Complaints and Conditions.

Minimum Wage, Overtime, and Misclassification

These libraries cover topics across Minimum Wage, Overtime, and Misclassification, and an interesting library to see your web purchases in multiples of minimum wages to emphasize the enormity of the issue.

Nearly 200 countries approved the U.N. brokered COP26 pact. John Kerry is optimistic that COP26 puts us closer than ever to avoiding climate chaos, while COP26 climate summit's president Alok Sharma was "deeply frustrated" with the outcome. Most countries have insisted that the agreement was important, though a small step in keeping alive the hopes of achieving the 1.5 degree Celsius temperature goal. It has raised hopes of 2030 climate action goals and a 2023 meeting to scale up the ambition of climate action. Reducing the usage of coal has been a sticky point. However, there has been unanimous support for the focus on adaptation, global methane pledge, and reversing forest loss and land degradation by 2030. It's pretty interesting to see there are 1000s of open source libraries on these topics of adaptation, methane emissions, and forest management. While the countries drive the larger goals, you can adopt many of these into your digital roadmap. The kandi kit on COP26 Climate Pact Use Cases showcases open source libraries to implement adaptation use cases across flooding and weather, methane monitoring, and afforestation.

Adaptation - Sea Levels and Weather

Methane Emissions

Afforestation

Agriculture is the oldest industry known to humanity and a key driver in human evolution. Multiple revolutions have shaped agricultural productivity through automation and information availability. Digital technology further enhances agriculture through drones and other robotic automation, satellite-based weather, land use, water, and crop information, IoT-based intelligent farm management, hydroponics, and vertical farming to improve space utilization, and intelligent algorithms and data sharing to optimize lifecycles.

kandi has shortlisted sample libraries that help you try AgriTech. While there are over 1,700 libraries available from multiple providers, the below collection brings forth samples from varied use cases to help you try a few. Use kandi search to find specific use cases.

Community and Lookup Services

You can start with simple community and lookup services such as OpenFarm by openfarmcc, trefle-api by treflehq, Automatic-leaf-infection-identifier by johri002.

Farm Management

Try farm management and uses cases like organic certification through tania by Tanibox, tania-core by Tanibox, farmOS by farmOS, ekylibre by ekylibre, FarmData2 by DickinsonCollege.

Stand-alone Automation

For simpler, stand alone automation across tractors, watering try lawn_tractor by ros-agriculture, Lawn-mower-robot by steger123, GardenPi by rjsears.

End-to-end Automation

For larger scale automation, try openag-device-software by OpenAgricultureFoundation, FruxePi by fruxefarms, SuperGreenOS by supergreenlab, KAISPE_Agriculture_Remote_Monitoring by KAISPE_LLC.

Datasets and Predictive Algorithms

For data sets to train your models, you can use agridat by kwstat, agridatasets by picasa.

If you are looking for specific information and predictive algorithms for use cases like soil moisture, crop yield prediction, fertilizer requirements try pycrop-yield-prediction by gabrieltseng, harvest_helper by damwhit, ML-Precision-Agriculture-Web-App by Empharez, Smart-Agriculture-using-IoT-and-Machine-Learning by Chinukapoor, Smart-Farming-Fertilizer-Prediction by suvam14das, kisanmitra by ashishpatel0720, WaporTranslator by TimHessels, crops_and_oscillations by matheino.

Commercial Operations

For commercial operations like e-commerce and insurance, try CropInsuranceSolution by sachinjegaonkar, localorbit by LocalOrbit, Agri-Sasa by bensalcie, E-Mandi by madhurpatle.

The European Commission proposed the EU Digital COVID Certificate for safe travel. It is free of charge, secure, and accessible to all. It is available in digital format and on paper, and it will be proof that a person has been vaccinated against COVID-19, tested negative, or recovered from an infection. The EU Commission has completed the procedures for the certificate launch in June, and the Member States have started implementing it. The EU gateway verifies the security features contained in the QR codes of all certificates. The EU gateway will allow citizens and authorities to be sure that the certificates are authentic. During this process, no personal data is exchanged or retained.

On the other hand, the US has confirmed that there won't be a national app, leaving the choice to states. Some states have banned the apps as examples of government overreach. Different countries are exploring leveraging vaccine certificates. The debate persists on vaccine inequality at a global level, and such vaccine passports further magnify the disparities across populations.

While the adoption of such COVID-19 vaccine passports scales up and travel picks up across geographies, the development community needs to be ready to integrate vaccine passport capability across multiple use cases such as immigration, travel, hospitality, health care, facility management, and much more. There are over a thousand libraries available specifically on COVID-19 vaccine passports as well as good health practices. The kandi collection on COVID-19 Vaccine Passports showcases reusable libraries from the EU Digital COVID Certificate, previously named the EU Digital Green Certificate, and multiple other providers and emerging solutions from the Linux Foundation Public Health (LFPH). The libraries span across issuance, wallets, verification, testing, and analytics of COVID-19 vaccine passports.

EU Digital COVID Certificate Libraries

dgca-wallet-app-ios by eu-digital-green-certificates, dgca-wallet-app-android by eu-digital-green-certificates, dgca-verifier-app-ios by eu-digital-green-certificates, dgca-verifier-app-android by eu-digital-green-certificates, dgca-verifier-service by eu-digital-green-certificates, dgca-issuance-service by eu-digital-green-certificates, dgca-issuance-web by eu-digital-green-certificates, and dcc-quality-assurance by eu-digital-green-certificates provide capabilities across issuance, wallets, verification, and testing based on the EU Digital COVID Certificate, previously named the EU Digital Green Certificate.

COVID Certificate Libraries from other providers

CoronaPass by Bizagi_Ltd, covidpass by covidpass-org, dgc-java by DIGGSweden, DGCValidator by DIGGSweden, covid19-passbook-generator by clawfire, covidpass-api by marvinsxtr, and digitaler-impfpass-reader-js by adrianrudnik provide capabilities across issuance, wallets, and verification of digital COVID-19 certificates.

The Linux Foundation Public Health (LFPH) Libraries

The Global COVID Certificate Network (GCCN) from the Linux Foundation Public Health (LFPH) Libraries are evolving and Cardea by MLBazaar and lfph-landscape by lfph provide a baseline into this future development. Stay tuned for further developments on GCCN.

Amazon was recently fined $886 million for EU data privacy. The Luxembourg National Commission for Data Protection (CNPD) imposed the fine on Amazon Europe in a July 16 decision, the company disclosed in a regulatory filing. Amazon further stated that they strongly disagree with the CNPD’s ruling, and intended to appeal against it. In 2019, Google was fined a GDPR penalty of €50 million.

The penalty stems from the 2018 complaint by French privacy rights group La Quadrature du Net, to ensure Big Tech companies don’t use consumer data to manipulate their behavior for political or commercial purposes. It was filed on behalf of more than 10,000 customers and alleged that Amazon manipulates customers for commercial means by choosing what advertising and information they receive. The complaint also targeted Apple, Facebook, Google, and LinkedIn.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the strictest privacy and security law in the world. The regulation was put into effect on May 25, 2018. While it has been in effect for a while, complying to its 99 Articles and 173 Recitals of the Regulation could be difficult as seen with the case with the tech majors. The GDPR has inspired other legislations, such as Brazil’s LGPD to the CCPA in California. Hence compliance is critical for businesses around the world.

kandi collection on GDPR Compliance Solutions showcases popular open source libraries that help you in achieving GDPR compliance. The use cases span across frameworks and checklists, data scanners, and compliance toolkits. Do not construe this as legal advice.

GDPR Frameworks and Checklists

GDPR-Transparency-and-Consent-Framework by InteractiveAdvertisingBureau and gdpr-checklist by privacyradius can help you understand the GDPR requirements and implementation approach.

GDPR Scanners

Use the below libraries for scanning GDPR compliance across different technologies and providers.

GDPR Compliance Libraries

Leverage the below libraries for implementing GDPR compliance, privacy policies and cookie consent in your website across specific technologies.

Over 850 footballers in the UK have threatened to sue over 17 sports data processing companies over using their personal data without consent. While they have initially identified companies across sports data analytics, entertainment and betting, they believe over 150 companies could be using players' data without consent. The core of the plea is non-compliance under Article 4 of the GDPR, which prohibits using personal data such as physical, physiological, location information without consent. To highlight the scale of the issue, about 7,000 pieces of information on one player are being used in analytics and other uses. If this legal action is successful, it can reshape how data is used in sports and across many industries. It can even create a new economy around 'data trading'. While GDPR adherence and PII usage guidelines shape up globally over the next many years, it is essential for developers to proactively comply with current GDPR and develop strong practices around PII data governance. kandi kit on GDPR Review and Compliance showcases popular libraries that provide frameworks, scanners, best practices, and implementation utilities for GDPR compliance. News source: https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-58873132

GDPR Frameworks and Audits

Solutions for understanding the GDPR framework, audit tools, and scanners.

GDPR Compliance Implementation

Utilities that enable you to implement GDPR compliance in our solutions.

It is truly a 'Hello World' moment! Multiple global stakeholders are stressing the need and doing their bit on decarbonization. The US reaffirmed its commitment to the Paris accord. French lawmakers recently approved a ban on short domestic flights to instead promote trains for journeys that can be covered in under two-and-a-half hours.

Did you know there are thousands of libraries available to you to try your bit with decarbonization? We've assembled a few interesting starter components for you to experiment with your first steps in decarbonization.

If you are further interested, ask the Greta personal assistant listed in the collection, or search to discover more exciting components to jumpstart your application development on kandi.

Carbon Emissions Data

CO2 Emissions (kt) | World Bank Open Data by Rearc and co2-data by owid help you start with data.

Visualize Carbonization

electricitymap-contrib by tmrowco, IndustrialSmokePlumeDetection by HSG-AIML, Carbon-Footprint-Calculator by absambam, and Footprint by ubclaunchpad enable you to visualize your surroundings, your travel, or your food in the context of carbonization.

Reduce Technology Carbon Footprint

If you are passionate about technology, codecarbon by mlco2, carbontracker by lfwa, and low-web-extension by lowwebtech are good starters to understand and reduce your technology carbon footprint.

Fun Projects on Decarbonization

If you want to try some fun activities towards decarbonization, carbon0-web-app by Carbon0-Games is a simple gamified approach; FI-Automated-Greenhouse by fisherinnovation helps you run your own hydroponic greenhouse in small spaces, and lastly, greta by protea-earth gives you your own Greta personal assistant.

Open Source Intelligence has played a pivotal role in key events like tracing Covid-19 origins, MH17 downing, the Boston Marathon bombing, and the Myanmar refugee crisis. Approximately 500 million tweets are published every day, totaling over 200 billion posts in a year. Facebook users upload 350 million photos per day. YouTube users add nearly 720,000 hours of new video every day. Almost all devices are online today in the connected world.

While monitoring messages was exclusive to intelligence agencies, the tons of information available in the public realm today has made it possible for general and security enthusiasts to look for insights that might not have been possible earlier. The U.S. Department of State defines OSINT as "intelligence that is produced from publicly available information and is collected, exploited, and disseminated promptly to an appropriate audience to address a specific intelligence requirement."

Designed correctly, OSINT can reduce risk across a variety of common risks such as weather conditions, disease outbreaks, corporate risk management, data privacy, reputation management, in addition to higher-order tasks like national security and cybersecurity. Do not construe this as legal advice, promotion, or authorization to indulge in any activity whatsoever.

OSINT Framework

The OSINT framework enables gathering information from free tools or resources. The below open source libraries introduce and enable gathering information based on the OSINT Framework.

Target Reconnaissance

Recon-ng is a full-featured reconnaissance framework designed with the goal of providing a powerful environment to conduct open source web-based reconnaissance quickly and thoroughly.

Information Collection

theHarvester and similar tools gather emails, names, subdomains, IPs and URLs using multiple public data sources.

Track Online Assets

Shodan and Amass enable researchers to see the exposed assets.

Google Search

Google dorks provides information through the usage of operators, which are otherwise difficult to extract using simple searches.

The haunting images of Afghans falling off a US evacuation plane, and babies handed across barbed wires to strangers in search of hope, foretell another humanitarian crisis unfolding. Afghanistan is the third-largest source-nation for refugees, with Syria and Venezuela leading the list.

The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) currently estimates 82.4 million forcibly displaced people around the world, including internally displaced persons, stateless individuals, and refugees. Given the Covid situation leading to border closings, resettlement has also been impacted.

Refugees face tremendous challenges in the places they leave and very likely will face significant hurdles in their resettlement or return. Technology, especially the open source ecosystem, has been doing its bit to alleviate the challenges faced by the refugees. With the kandi kit for Refugee Support Solutions, we have showcased the best open source and public libraries that help across multiple facets of understanding and resettling refugees. The critical use cases that we found in these popular libraries were visualizing the global refugee situation from published data sources like governments and the UNHCR and open source intelligence sources such as Twitter feeds and google trends. The use cases also covered asylum processing and social integration through information sharing and rehabilitation, mentoring, medical and legal support. In addition, we found use cases across aid management.

While individually, their impact might be minimal, this kit represents strong potential for technology for good. Do share and contribute to the common cause through technology or other means.

Understand and Visualize the Refugee Crisis

The below libraries help visualize the refugee crisis from UNHCR, the press, government data as well as data from Twitter, Google trends and visualization tools for human resettlement.

Asylum Processing and Social Integration

Use the below libraries for implementing use cases in asylum processing, multilingual communication, and information sharing.

Refugee Rehabilitation

The below libraries implement use cases to help refugees seek work, mentoring, training, legal and medical support.

Refugee Aid Management

Use the below libraries for managing aid workflows across requests, tracking, and fulfillment.

Why aren't consumers allowed to fix their gadgets on their own terms? Advocates worldwide have been attempting to push for effective' right to repair' laws. The 'right to repair' movement has faced resistance from tech giants such as Apple, Amazon, Tesla, and Microsoft. They counter that opening up their design and IP to third-party services, or repairers could lead to IP misuse and reduce the safety and security of their devices.

The goal of the 'right to repair' movement is to get manufacturers of devices to make spares, tools, and the know-how to repair devices available to the public to increase the lifespan of products, improve recycling and eliminate waste.

US President Joe Biden signed an executive order calling on the Federal Trade Commission to curb restrictions imposed by manufacturers that limit consumers' ability to repair their gadgets on their terms. The UK also introduced right-to-repair rules that make it much easier to buy and repair daily-use gadgets.

kandi collection on Right to Repair - Service Management Solutions showcases popular libraries across stand-alone Repair and Service Management Solutions, Service Management Integrations to ECommerce and ERP and Predictive Maintenance libraries.

Repair and Service Management Solutions

Servo by fpsw, RepService by victordomingos, field-service by OCA, otrs by OTRS, felicity by Unotechsoftware and Geoclarity by babupriyavrat provide Repair and Service Management capabilities

Service Management Extensions for ECommerce and ERP

ofbiz-framework by apache and woocommerce-return-warranty-management by ChiliDevsTeam enable Service Management in ECommerce and ERP

Experiment with Predictive Maintenance

Try Predictive-Maintenance-using-LSTM by umbertogriffo, AI-PredictiveMaintenance by Azure and predictive-maintenance-using-machine-learning by awslabs to experiment with Predictive Maintenance

On this Labor Day, I was pondering on the advances made in labor laws and opportunities. The US Labor Day and the International Workers' Day (May 1) date back to the 1880s. The early Labor days were a celebration of unions and early wins on legalizing the eight-hour workday. The subsequent focus was on establishing weekends, sick days, and paid time off. Now some 140 years later, the top labor issues are very much similar. The US Department of Labor lists Discrimination and Harassment, Wrongful Termination, Family and Medical Leave, Minimum Wage, Unsafe Workplace Conditions, and Workers' Compensation for Illness or Injury as the top employment issues. The kandi kit on Top Labor Issues and Solutions showcases open source and reusable libraries across these core issues of Discrimination, Harassment and Wrongful Discharge, Compensation, Family and Medical Leaves, Minimum Wage, Overtime, and Misclassification, and Workplace Safety. While there are a few hundred reusable libraries on each topic, there is still a significant opportunity for developing solutions. If you find any other libraries or use cases, publish them through your own kit.

Discrimination, Harassment and Wrongful Termination

These libraries cover topics across bias and discrimination across the employment lifecycle of hiring, pay, and termination/ discharge.

Compensation, Family and Medical Leaves

These libraries cover topics across Compensation for Illness or Injury, and Family and Medical Leaves.

Workplace Safety

These libraries cover topics across Unsafe Workplace Complaints and Conditions.

Minimum Wage, Overtime, and Misclassification

These libraries cover topics across Minimum Wage, Overtime, and Misclassification, and an interesting library to see your web purchases in multiples of minimum wages to emphasize the enormity of the issue.

Nearly 200 countries approved the U.N. brokered COP26 pact. John Kerry is optimistic that COP26 puts us closer than ever to avoiding climate chaos, while COP26 climate summit's president Alok Sharma was "deeply frustrated" with the outcome. Most countries have insisted that the agreement was important, though a small step in keeping alive the hopes of achieving the 1.5 degree Celsius temperature goal. It has raised hopes of 2030 climate action goals and a 2023 meeting to scale up the ambition of climate action. Reducing the usage of coal has been a sticky point. However, there has been unanimous support for the focus on adaptation, global methane pledge, and reversing forest loss and land degradation by 2030. It's pretty interesting to see there are 1000s of open source libraries on these topics of adaptation, methane emissions, and forest management. While the countries drive the larger goals, you can adopt many of these into your digital roadmap. The kandi kit on COP26 Climate Pact Use Cases showcases open source libraries to implement adaptation use cases across flooding and weather, methane monitoring, and afforestation.

Adaptation - Sea Levels and Weather

Methane Emissions

Afforestation

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