Back in January, if a tech giant asked consumers if they wanted to share their location data and health status with strangers, or an employer asked workers to take daily temperatures, many folks probably would’ve told them to shove off. But as the U.S. death toll from the coronavirus pandemic passes 80,000, more Americans might prioritize public health and put aside a distrust of Big Tech and everyday privacy intrusions.

Heather Federman, the vice president of privacy and policy for BigID, which uses machine learning to help companies protect their customer and employee data, says it’s unclear how long these pandemic-era privacy incursions will remain in place.

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