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I am not sure if this answers your question, but in theory you can do the following: Set up a Raspberry Pi with a camera and a Bluetooth card on a trafficked location in a pedestrian street. When someone walks by, snap a picture of them and record their RPI. When one of these RPIs shows up as infected, you can publish the picture of the infected person on ...


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As you logged into your personal account ont he work computer (controlled by the company), theoretically they could (in a technical way) access to the search history that was saved in your Google account¹ or other data stored in your personal account. However, it is very unlikely they did this, they would need an extra effort to do that, and if they accessed ...


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No, your work would have no ability to see the contents of your personal Google account. Someone walking by or if the computer has screen monitoring software would see what you saw on the screen.


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