Carlton Fields Privacy Attorney Jack Clabby Quoted in Media on COVID-19 Contact Tracing

Cybersecurity and Privacy   |   April 15, 2020
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Carlton Fields privacy attorney John E. “Jack” Clabby was quoted in a Daily Business Review article about the possible privacy implications of COVID-19 contact tracing programs being developed for use in the U.S. Clabby noted that successful contact tracing programs should be voluntary and decentralized and avoid retaining geolocation data.

READ: Daily Business Review, “Google, Apple Say Their Apps Help With COVID-19 Contact Tracing. Lawyers Weigh In” (subscription only)

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