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Monday, May 11, 2020

Covid-19 monitoring apps add criticism and Bluetooth is emerging as key to quarantine disarticulation

One of the first reactions of States to the pandemic was to create monitoring apps, with unclear purposes and questionable effectiveness. The melting pot of platforms of all kinds and colors reopened the debate on privacy and personal data in the hands of States, private companies and OTTs.


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