Since 2010, the American Library Association has observed Choose Privacy Week to bring attention to threats to the private information and data security of library patrons. In 2018, ALA announced the launch of Choose Privacy Every Day, a website to address the growing and diverse challenges to citizen and consumer privacy posed by governments and corporations (Caldwell-Stone, 2018). Privacy-related news updates appear every Friday. The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and the use of social distancing to mitigate the spread of the virus has become a major focus of the website’s privacy issues coverage. Weekly updates provide links to stories on the use of government and corporate surveillance technology to track the spread of the virus, such as the use of drones to enforce quarantines and of software to monitor contact tracing. Recent blog posts have also raised awareness of the compromises to student privacy when using Zoom for virtual meetings, including advice on how to protect meetings from “Zoombombers” and on alternative platforms with greater privacy protections (Lechtenberg, 2020).