March 15, 2020
Following the government’s decision to use digital measures to curtail the spreading of COVID-19, experts warn that geotracking of civilians’ cellular phones is a severe compromise of privacy.
In an article for the Hebrew edition of Globes, Adv. Adi-El-Rom, partner in our Hi-Tech, Privacy and Regulation practice, explained how, in the unprecedented and unique times society is facing with the COVID-19 pandemic, use of extraordinary digital measures to geotrack cellular phones at the expense of individuals’ right to privacy, could be justified. For the full article, please click here.