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The original Big Tech is working closer than ever with governments to combat coronavirus – with no scrutiny

analyse - 10 août 2020

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Telecom companies are at the core of the world’s communication universe. Since the coronavirus pandemic, they’ve been passing even more sensitive data to governments. It’s time they were held as accountable as Google and Facebook.
The texts can arrive at any time. Recipients are told they’ve been exposed to the coronavirus and must immediately begin a two-week period of isolation. For some, the frustration of knowing the routines of daily life must suddenly stop can be exacerbated by the fact (...)



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