German Police Investigated For Abusing Covid Tracking App ‘LUCA’ To Hunt Witnesses

RT News – An inquiry has been opened after police in Mainz accessed a Covid tracking app known as Luca to reportedly find witnesses to the death of a man who fell outside a restaurant.

They cops appealed to health authorities to be allowed to access the data intended only to follow the spread of Covid, but now prosecutors have apologized after outrage erupted.

It’s believed 21 people were ‘traced’ – meaning their full names, address and telephone numbers (including how long they were at bars and restaurants) were revealed to police.

An inquiry has been opened after police in Mainz accessed a Covid tracking app known as Luca to reportedly find witnesses to the death of a man who fell outside a restaurant.

They cops appealed to health authorities to be allowed to access the data intended only to follow the spread of Covid, but now prosecutors have apologized after outrage erupted.

It’s believed 21 people were ‘traced’ – meaning their full names, address and telephone numbers (including how long they were at bars and restaurants) were revealed to police.

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