Despite promising a helpful contact tracing app to fight the pandemic, the launch of Spain's Radar Covid App was mired in concerns over data protection and a lack of transparency.
The Belgian League of Human Rights, a Liberties member, is challenging a ministerial order that allows the large-scale collection and processing of the health data of workers, breaching their fundamental rights.
Liberties has been awarded a grant that enables examination of the threats posed by the contact tracing apps and their efficacy, allowing governments to respond to future public health challenges in a more transparent and privacy-respecting manner.
Belgian government adopted new decree in secrecy giving social security services access to sensitive health data of citizens. The Belgian League of Human Rights filed an appeal.
What is a contact-tracing app? Do they follow me on it? Who sees the data collected by the app?
Liberties and Access Now today sent a letter to the European Commission to inquire about the interoperability system for COVID-19 contact-tracing applications that was set up by the Commission.
We gave them our data. Now we want theirs.
In a healthy democracy, power rests with the people. But EU countries are pushing COVID-19 apps on their citizens without public discussions.
Coronavirus contact-tracing apps are being launched across Europe. Do you know more about the app than it knows about you?
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