Would You Let The Government Track Your Smartphone If It Meant We Could Reopen Sooner?

"But even if enough people opted in to the system and chose to faithfully report their own infections and comply with self-isolation, plans like Google-Apple's would likely have so many false alarms and missed exposures that people would lose faith in them, says Ryan Calo, a law professor at the University of Washington Law School and co-director of the school's Tech Policy Lab. "They just wouldn't be effective, and in fact could do more harm than good.""