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5 Democratic senators are pressuring Verily to drop the requirement for a mandatory Google sign-in to use its COVID-19 testing website

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Verily's screening website requires a Google sign-in. Lawmakers are asking why.
A letter signed by five senators probes Verily on how it will handle sensitive user data, including whether it is HIPAA-compliant.
The letter is the latest in a chain between senators and Google, as Verily scales up its testing facilities.
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Five US senators have sent a letter to Alphabet life science company Verily, asking how it will safeguard user data collected by its COVID-19 screening website.
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