Medill News Service: U.S. contact-tracing efforts on Covid-19 falter on privacy worries, technology gap

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“Countries such as South Korea have curbed the coronavirus by using contact-tracing phone apps, but the U.S. has stalled in its own efforts because of privacy concerns and other hurdles.”

“One of the biggest challenges, experts told a congressional panel this week, is dispelling the unease people feel about the government or private companies gaining access to their personal data.” MarketWatch.com  reports.

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