Courthouse News Service reports France's Council of State, Conseil d'État, ruled authorities in Paris are prohibited from using drones to enforce COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. In its decision, the court said the deployment of drones and video footage they capture may allow police to identify individuals being surveilled. "There are risks they could be used contrary to personal data protection rules," the court justices wrote. Meanwhile, India's contact tracing app created a surge in phishing scams, and public health officials in at least two-thirds of U.S. states are sharing COVID-19 patient data with first responders.
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