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16 May, 2020 10:12

Contact tracing: The big snoop

Contact tracing has media outlets buzzing over its efficacy in curbing the spread of coronavirus and getting our country back on its feet. But constitutional attorney John Whitehead explains how using our digital footprints to track us around the clock spells the end of our remaining rights to privacy.

Parts of the country are gradually re-opening, and tourist hotspots hit hardest by restrictions are ACHING for activity as we dive into the summer months. Atlantic City radio host Harry Hurley gives a beachside native’s perspective on the financial fallout from Covid-19, and projections for the summer ahead.

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