As part of efforts to step up contact tracing in the fight against the spread of coronavirus, efforts are underway to expedite passage of a law that would reinstate the controversial use of Shin Bet technology to track the cellphones of people infected with coronavirus and alert those who were exposed. Dr. Tehilla Shwartz Altshuler, a senior fellow at the Israel Democracy Institute and an expert on technology and policy, told KAN's Naomi Segal that using technology in tracing efforts it not the problem, but rather putting the responsibility in the hands of the security agency is.