The US CDC wants to track your every movement using your personal mass surveillance device, i.e., your mobile phone.
The White House and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are asking Facebook, Google and other tech giants to give them greater access to Americans’ smartphone location data in order to help them combat the spread of the coronavirus, according to four people at companies involved in the discussions who are not authorized to speak about them publicly.
But don’t worry, the data are anonymized and there’s no chance that user-specific information would ever be released to the government. What could possibly go wrong?
N.B.: This article is ten days old. The only more recent article I turned up in a cursory search is this general complaint by Snowden. Of course, this is already going on in other countries.