Many governments are using or considering using surveillance technology to track the movements of people infected by COVID-19 and notify those who may have been exposed to the virus. Naturally, the use of such measures on a wide scale raises serious privacy concerns. In this piece for The Privacy Advisor, Gornitzky & Co. Partner Assaf Harel, CIPP/E, writes about the implementation of privacy-by-design principles in COVID-19-related applications and an example of the use of such principles through an application launched by the Israeli Ministry of Health.
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