A group of 13 U.S. senators asked for a privacy bill to be a part of the next stimulus package, CNET reports. In a letter to Senate leaders, the lawmakers request the inclusion of the Public Health Emergency Privacy Act in the package. The bill would ensure all personal data collected during the pandemic is strictly used for combating COVID-19. The senators argue the bill would make Americans more inclined to participate in COVID-19-screening efforts.
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