How about this?!
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Um... so, yeah.
Management works within the system. Leadership works on the system.
-- Unknown Author
Big brother-ish but the data used in aggregate can be really useful. Just think of how Google Maps lets you see what the traffic is like... that's from tracking everyone's phone.
I think we're ultimately going to have to assume every person is a potential carrier, sadly.
"Dangerous toys are fun, but you could get hurt!"
There's been more about this recently in the news too. It's voluntary as far as I know but I guess that could change.?
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