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Internal documents: the CDC bought location data from millions of phones in the US to analyze compliance with COVID-19 rules, especially in the Navajo Nation (Joseph Cox/VICE)




Joseph Cox / VICE:

Internal documents: the CDC bought location data from millions of phones in the US to analyze compliance with COVID-19 rules, especially in the Navajo Nation  —  Newly released documents showed the CDC planned to use phone location data to monitor schools and churches, and wanted to use the data for many non-COVID-19 purposes too.





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