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COVID-19 pandemic opens up new frontiers for health data privacy

The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a debate about health data privacy in Europe. Some countries have implemented tracking apps and self-quarantine apps, raising concerns about personal privacy. However, there is a push to strike a balance between managing a pandemic and preserving privacy. The European Commission emphasizes the importance of using health data for the common good while maintaining public trust and privacy. These experiences will inform future discussions on the use of health data for public benefit while protecting personal information.

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