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Perspective | One of the first contact-tracing apps violates its own privacy policy
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Perspective | One of the first contact-tracing apps violates its own privacy policy

Published: May 21, 2020  |  6 min read, 1211 words
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As governments build -tracking smartphone technology, who is making sure their apps live up to privacy promises?A new analysis of one of the first of a handful of U.S. contact-tracing apps, finds it violates its own by sharing citizen location and other personal data with an outside company. The Thursday by privacy software maker .The oversight suggests that state officials and Apple, both of which were responsible for vetting the app before it , were asleep at the wheel. Americans are of location and health data, and privacy violations of any degree will hamper efforts to use smartphones... READ MORE
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