At least this is the latest position in Italy, which is rather interesting, and provides some lead in controlling this pandemic in the workplace, reducing the risk on rights and freedoms of employees. The relevant paragraph from the article worth reading and I am referring to is quoted below.
The Italian data protection authority held that serological tests run on employees are privacy compliant in Italy provided that the occupational doctor is the data controller and is the sole individuals aware of the results of the test, communicating to the employer only the suitability/unsuitability of the employee to perform the working activity.
Love it… a mad-hatters party and Google invited themselves 😉
I think that this is a bit strong. 3 of Google execs charged concerning the content on their site in Italy even though this content was removed within 24 hours of notification. This brings to mind the question of how third-party providers can be expected to take responsibility for content uploaded by end-users… I believe that so long as the provider acts responsibilly by removing content as soon as notified, that this is the best they can do without creating some manual approval process. After all this content was the bullying of a disabled boy, which is really bad, but how do you identify this as inappropriate content using some sort of filtering technology, just not possible, it is not like pornographic material. I guess if bad language is used that this may work?