Proposed customer logs raise privacy, logistical concerns, New Orleans business group says

"As it stands, the effort could pose Constitutional issues, said Ryan Calo, a law professor at the University of Washington. "If you are going to be engaging in data collection to (fight) the pandemic, you should be doing the narrowest thing that you can," Calo said. "It doesn't strike me as very plausible that asking everybody to record everywhere they went is the least intrusive means of doing contact tracing.""