Europe eyes smartphone location data to stem virus spread

In this Friday, March 20, 2020, photo, a police officer with help from a drone monitor citizens' movements demonstrates in Grosseto, central Italy. European governments are evaluating invasive human-tracking tools to pinpoint carriers of the new coronavirus and determine who they might be infecting. That worries privacy advocates, who fear such ubiquitous surveillance could be abused.

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