The Care19 app, developed by North Dakota company ProudCrowd, was one of the first contact tracing apps endorsed by state governments in response to the coronavirus.
But tech privacy firm Jumbo Privacy says developers included lines of code that send users’ location and identification data to third-party companies including Foursquare, BugFender and Google.
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