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Daily Dashboard | Israel plans COVID-19 tracking through phone data Related reading: Canadian Parliament's Bill C-27 hearing delves deeper into AIDA



The New York Times reports the Israeli government has received Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's authorization to use undisclosed cellphone data to track movements of citizens infected by COVID-19. The data was collected under the radar and was meant to be used for counter-terrorism efforts. In addition to tracking infected individuals, Israel's internal security agency aims to also identify people that have been in contact with those being tracked.
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