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Daily Dashboard | UKHSA issues guidance for COVID-19 app privacy; Google sued for allegedly using NHS patient health data without consent Related reading: Roe v. Wade reversal sends ripples through privacy world




  • The U.K. Health and Security Agency released privacy guidance for the National Health Service’s COVID-19 mobile application. Using the app is voluntary for citizens and it cannot track the location of users, monitor users if they are self-isolating, be used by law enforcement or see personal messages on a user’s phone.
  • Google is being sued in the U.K. for allegedly using NHS health data belonging to 1.6 million people without their consent, Sky News reports. Google’s artificial intelligence arm, DeepMind, received the data to test an app called Streams.

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