Governments will use location data to map spread of coronavirus

Governments around the world have turned to mobile location data to map the spread of the novel coronavirus.

US officials are in talks with tech giants Google and Facebook (among others), over how mobile GPS data could be used to trace the transmission of the disease. The group believes aggregated, anonymised data could be used to assess the effectiveness of the social distancing policies implemented across the globe.

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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