Massachusetts Accused Of Installing COVID ‘Spyware’ On Over A Million Phones In Lawsuit

Massachusetts Accused Of Installing COVID ‘Spyware’ On Over A Million Phones In Lawsuit


The Massachusetts Department of Health (DPH) has been accused of installing “spyware” on people’s devices without their knowledge to do COVID contact tracing, according to a civil liberties law firm. 

The New Civil Liberties Alliance (NCLA) filed a suit this week that accuses DPH of creating a COVID contact tracing app with Google that was then installed on resident’s phones without their knowledge. 

“These secret installations not only invade owners’ reasonable expectation of privacy, but they also intrude upon owners’ property right in their mobile devices by occupying valuable storage space,” the class-action lawsuit, entitled Wright v. Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

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The lawsuit contends that the actions of the DPH during the pandemic were unconstitutional and showed a “brazen disregard for civil liberties.” It also claims that

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