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North Dakota COVID-19 contact-tracing app found violating privacy policy


Issues with the new contact raising up have created more privacy concerns it's exactly what has privacy advocates on edge a contact tracing have pushed by the governors of the cultures as a tool to trace exposure to corona virus violated its own privacy policy by sharing location and user ID information with third party companies care nineteen app developed by North Dakota company proud crowds Lloyd was one of the first contact tracing absent divorced by state governments but tech privacy company jumble privacy says developers included lines of code that send users location and identification data to third party companies including four square blood

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