Corpus ID: 218613946

COVID-19 Contact Tracing and Privacy: Studying Opinion and Preferences

@article{Simko2020COVID19CT,
  title={COVID-19 Contact Tracing and Privacy: Studying Opinion and Preferences},
  author={Lucy Simko and Ryan Calo and Franziska Roesner and T. Kohno},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2005.06056}
}
There is growing interest in technology-enabled contact tracing, the process of identifying potentially infected COVID-19 patients by notifying all recent contacts of an infected person. Governments, technology companies, and research groups alike recognize the potential for smartphones, IoT devices, and wearable technology to automatically track "close contacts" and identify prior contacts in the event of an individual's positive test. However, there is currently significant public discussion… Expand
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