Freezing those who enter public places would help the war against the coronavirus. Virologist Andrea Crisanti is convinced of this, proposing also for Italy the “right compromise” that “was found in England: every time a person enters a cinema, a stadium, a restaurant”, in short ” a public place, scan a QR code and immediately you know it has been there. ” So “not a continuous geolocation, in every single moment”, the director of the Department of Molecular Medicine of the University of Padua specified to ‘Agorà’ on Rai 3, but precisely “a compromise” that “does not seem to me – he underlines – a great exception to the right of privacy “.” When one pays with a credit card, or with an App or any other tool, it is clear that at that moment he already delegates all his privacy rights “, notes the scientist . “We are continuously tracked for commercial purposes – he adds – Privacy is the legislative fence through which large companies run their business. I would be of the idea to unhinge this thing, to abolish privacy, because it is the only way to break these monopolies “.