In an effort to help governments track the coronavirus outbreaks, Apple and Google released their frameworks for contact tracing in April 2020. At the time, both firms promised that user data would remain private. But a watchdog group, AppCensus, found that’s not been the case.

Google and Apple initially said that user data would be shared with public health agencies only, which encouraged millions of users across the globe to download contact apps developed by both Big Tech giants.


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