IMHO you are batshit crazy if you accept this or don’t see the danger.
The framework uses Bluetooth and random numbers to keep track of the phones you come into contact with. Then, when someone tells the system they’ve been infected, it will alert all of the phones that they came into contact with.
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The system doesn’t track location or identities and experts agree it does a great deal to protect individual privacy. Still, the system isn’t getting much traction and that’s probably due to privacy concerns.
“People are pretty suspect, understandably,” explained Mike Feibus, a tech analyst in Scottsdale, Arizona. Over Skype, Feibus explained to me that he believes consumers began to trust big tech less after Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica Scandal.
Look no further than Facebook itself for posts skeptical of the tracing software. I got various emails from viewers asking me to “expose” this exposure notification scheme….Read More