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Google launches Verily site for coronavirus tests, sparking health privacy concerns 

Service requires users to sign in with personal accounts, but Google promises limits to sharing data.

Critics have questioned the data collection policies of the Verily site, including the need to use a Google account to sign into the program. Data privacy advocates like Ana Milicevic, principal and co-founder of Sparrow Advisors, a digital consulting firm, said the coronavirus site could collect sensitive personal information that could later be used in ways participants never intended.

Source: Google launches Verily site for coronavirus tests, sparking health privacy concerns | Ad Age

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