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Freiburg police want to continue to request data from the Luca app

For an investigation, the Freiburg police requested data from the Luca app from the health department. The request was denied.

Freiburg – The Luca app is actively used by many people. With the help of a QR code, customers and visitors can register for their stay, for example in a restaurant. If a corona infected person is later detected on site, the contact persons can be found more quickly thanks to the Luca app. In the meantime, the police have also come up with the idea of being able to use the app's data for investigations. So did officials in Freiburg im Breisgau.

BW24* knows more about the investigations by the police headquarters in Freiburg.

Even if the police's application for the release of the data was rejected, the officials want to continue to request information from the health authorities. *BW24 is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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