Are Covid-19 data apps worth the breach of privacy?
There are a slew of apps around the world helping map and monitor those with the coronavirus, with some saying saving lives trumps exposing them
Warsaw/Berlin — Governments across Europe are turning to technology to track the spread of the coronavirus and monitor people under quarantine, an approach that seeks to learn from Asia but is also putting the region’s privacy rules to the test.
From Helsinki to Madrid, applications are being developed for people to report their symptoms to doctors and researchers; to trace and model the spread of the virus; and ensure that those under quarantine stay at home...
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