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Privacy Issues of Contact Tracing

Companies considering whether to suggest, or even to require, contact tracing for employees or others must consider a host of legal issues, including privacy. This article describes contact tracing, focusing on how technology has made it a more powerful weapon against viruses and diseases than ever before.

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As more and more businesses throughout the state resume operations after the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown, they face a continuing concern about the virus from customers, employees and vendors who come to their facilities. Many organizations have instituted temperature checks and inquire about symptoms, out-of-state travel, and other issues in an attempt to weed out individuals who might be ill and contagious. State and federal authorities have put forth a variety of guidelines explaining how companies can properly and fairly institute these procedures.

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