As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, here are the latest stories on how the outbreak has affected privacy:
- The New York Times reports on how efforts to track those who have COVID-19 may lead to expanded surveillance efforts down the line.
- A collection of Democratic senators has raised concerns with the Trump administration's conversations with tech companies over the use of location data, Multichannel News reports.
- TechCrunch reports on the different rules about the use of health data around the world.
- Privacy campaigners in the U.K. voiced their issues with the government's plan to use mobile data to track social distancing, the Guardian reports.
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