Be especially cautious about web research on COVID-19. Not only is the situation changing quickly, making it harder for online publications to keep their information up-to-date, but there's also been a lot of misinformation circulating on this topic. Here are some websites you might try:
Prompt: "Should colleges be allowed to use apps and other forms of tracking to improve student outcomes, health, and/or general campus safety?"
Tip: Try blackboard AND student privacy AND analytics, for example.
Prompt: "In the age of COVID-19, is the tracking and release of personal data in the name of public health justified?"
Tip: It's unlikely you'll find a lot of academic research published on the COVID-19 response yet because research takes time. But there are plenty of news articles that discuss citizen privacy during a pandemic, and quote experts in healthcare or public policy.
Tip: You can apply academic research on privacy concerns during previous pandemics (such as the 2009 H1N1 outbreak) to our current situation.