The ongoing pandemic is fertile ground for opportunistic hucksters, loud frauds, and coronavirus deniers who attack or blame everyone and everything from Chinese-Americans to Bill Gates to 5G networks. The latest front in this bizarre war: contact tracing.
You can see the clever use of words to conclude that anyone who would dare to criticize "contact tracing" is thrown in with "opportunistic hucksters, loud frauds and coronavirus deniers". Furthermore, these deniers apparently make wild accusations, blaming "everyone and everything from Chinese-Americans to Bill Gates to 5G Networks."
(Oh, you poor, ignorant masses who live in darkness and have so misunderstood science. When will you just shut up and start trusting those who have PhDs and all kinds of important letters after their names?)
MIT, on the other hand, positions itself as being in the "reasonable center", doing responsible things in the name of solving a problem that must be solved. What does MIT recommend?