Kansas coronavirus update: State looks for compliance in GPS data gleaned from cellphones; infections at 552 with 14 deaths
Private company taps cellphone data to show movement patterns - but rural areas complicate picture; health care provider for 10,000 Kansas prison inmates claims transitioning to new contractor is dangerous; parent company of Coffey County nursing center faces sanctions This content is being provided for free as a public service to our readers during the coronavirus outbreak.
Friday, April 03, 2020
Kansas Continues Mobile Phone Spy Tech Push As Solution To COVID-19 Pandemic
Digital tracking and more surveillance on the public is a DOCUMENTED PRIORITY of state government as a response to a health crisis . . . Read more: