"Europe is facing probably the most severe socio-economic crisis since World War II. There are plenty of proposals for common action circulating, but many lack the scale appropriate for the size of the crisis."
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Sarah Kreps, professor of government, says "On the one hand, giving up some privacy to save lives and regain some freedom of movement, commerce, and expression seems like a straight-forward calculation. On the other, historical experience suggests that once governments gain additional powers, they are loath to give them up, which could have lasting, adverse implications for civil liberties."