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Apple and Google’s Coronavirus Feature Might Be an Offer You Can’t Refuse

The tech giants promise it will be opt-in. Will your employer, school, or church agree?

Photo: Jared Siskin/Getty Images

This story is part of a series on the possible impacts of Apple and Google’s contact tracing technology. You can read the others here.




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