COVID-19 impact our privacy but not our right to know

20/03/2020 | Open Rights Group

The Open Rights Group (ORG) recognises that the government will use data to understand the impacts of its policies as it battles to eradicate Coronvirus COVID-19. However, as the everyday expectation of privacy is changed, the general public must maintain trust in the government. It is, therefore, critical to inform people about the actions being taken and to be transparent. 

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