Assess privacy before launching contact tracing apps, advocacy groups say
Briefs | 06/24/2020 5:09 pm EDT
Contact tracing apps aimed at assisting public health authorities in tracking the spread of COVID-19 shouldn’t be launched before privacy commissioners across the country have performed their assessments, a coalition of civil liberties and open internet advocates have argued in a Wednesday letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
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