Tracking down infection chains via location data: This is the Federal Government’s wish. Privacy advocates have doubts, but a new app seems promising.
Should everyone be monitored because of the corona virus? Mobile tracking has been discussed for days. That means that authorities can track a person’s location on their cell phones and thus track infection chains.
Now researchers and companies in Europe have developed a technology that is supposedly privacy-friendly. Civil rights activist Ulf Buermeyer explains how this should work and why it even convinces him.
Other topics: Klöcknner wants foreign harvest workers, more rights for users of social networks.
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