“Even faced with a major global health threat, most people in America would oppose intrusive technological measures such as tracking apps to contain the spread of the virus,”  shows a new survey.

“At the same time, Americans are worried that such measures would lead to greater government surveillance in the long term, even after the

A group of Republican U.S. senators plan to introduce legislation to protect user privacy in relation to contact-tracing apps used to combat the spread of COVID-19.

“While the severity of the COVID-19 health crisis cannot be overstated, individual privacy, even during times of crisis, remains critically important,” said John Thune, R-S.D.

Thune, together with U.S.

Say what you do (yes, really).
Do what you say.
In an academic study published last year, researchers created a tool that analyzed the language used in the privacy policies of 11,430 Play Store apps. They found that 14.2% (1,618 apps) contained a privacy policy with logical contradicting statements about data collection.
Examples include privacy