Google Ignores Android Contact Tracing App Privacy Flaw

When the world became paralyzed during the COVID-19 pandemic more than a year ago the tech world jumped up to help. Google and Apple each developed contact tracing apps meant to alert you to possible COVID-19 contact promising privacy. While it appears Apple kept its promise researchers have found a privacy flaw in the Android contact tracing app. Contact Tracing App Privacy Flaw Discovered The idea behind both contact tracing apps is that they will use your location data to alert you if you were in contact with someone with a known case of COVID. 8230 Read more.


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