Picardo contacted APPLE developers for the iOS system to enable a decentralised system of Track and Tracing. Picardo supports the NWO Agenda.
A decentralized approach to contract tracing was highlighted on Russia Today. Look for contact tracing to be renamed “exposure notification”
The decentralized contact tracing Picardo is supporting isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Flaws are highlighted in this article. AND there is still no proof once installed that the Gov won’t find additional ways to use it.
“[D]ecentralized systems are all very nice in theory but are a complete pain in practice, as they’re too hard to update,” he said. “Relying on cryptography tends to make things even more complex, fragile, and hard to change. In the pandemic, the public health folks may have to tweak all sorts of parameters weekly, or even daily. You can’t do that with apps on 169 different types of phone and with peer-to-peer communications,” Prof. Ross Anderson.
Anderson has a number of reservations about contact tracing apps, including the National Health Service’s (NHS) poor record with data protection.
Read this informative article:
Promises; Promises. Israeli Health Ministry promises movements won’t be otherwise traced. A new Israeli app can instantly tell users if they have crossed paths with someone known to have been infected with the coronavirus.
Countries have been quick to use the one tool almost all of us carry with us: our smartphones. Governments are also receiving support from private tech companies. Samuel Woodhams, Top10VPN's Digital Rights Lead who compiled the index, warned that the world could slide into permanently increased surveillance.
Why is it when a new technology is introduced, evil people ALWAYS and THROUGHOUT HISTORY have asked, “How can we use this to control and kill people?” A mini-drone now becomes a slaughterbot, essentially a bullet to the head after facial recognition. MANKIND has not changed; so knowing this, how long before contact tracing is used to eliminate people? A slaughterbot is a miniature drone that fits in the palm of your hand.
Everything T.H.E.Y. design gets hacked. So hackers can hack into this system and steal all your personal information.
The Government of Gibraltar says it needs at least 60% of population to download contact tracing app for it to work effectively. It’s incremental surveillance and GOV overreach, but you can choose to opt out. How long will it take GOG to morph it into more surveillance?
“The Challenge of Proximity Apps For COVID-19 Contact Tracing”
We should not trust any application, no matter how well-designed, to solve this crisis.
We should not excessively rely on the promise of an unproven app to make critical decisions.
Apps also don’t take into account whether their users are wearing protective equipment.
We cannot solve a pandemic by coding the perfect app. Hard societal problems are not solved by magical technology.
Apps, and their collection of sensitive health and associational information, presents new risks for more users.
We do not sacrifice fundamental rights in an emergency.
Governments must not require the use of any proximity application. Nor should there be informal pressure to use the app in exchange for access to government services.
History has shown that exceptions to civil liberties protections made in a time of crisis often persist much longer than the crisis itself.
Please refer to this entire thread for more information about Contact Tracing.
Also before thinking TEMPERATURE SCANS are a great use of TECHNOLOGY, please read:
To upgrade or not to upgrade, that is the question. Fears of the worst sort are already cropping up as Apple has not made completely clear what software developers will be able to access and use the new core features that allow for Contact Tracing.
Additional information about Apple App:
We can add COVI-PASS to their digital arsenal to track everyone:
Apple’s latest iOS 13.5 update contains contact tracing malware to enslave you
Also in the article is "Big Pharma Plot to use Corona-Virus to Enslave Humanity" -
Maybe instead of getting rid of our cell phones, we can keep them stationary in one place (like home); maybe a second phone for an office; but, the point is that it would no longer be mobile. When cell phones first came out into public use, it looked so bizarre for people to be walking around, crossing the street, eating in a restaurant, etc. and talking on the phone! A person can only be tracked if they carry that darn thing with them wherever they go. People are tying up public restrooms because they are using them as public phone booths for private calls. The tracing / tracking plan is so bad it cannot be allowed to happen on a large scale. But, some people like that sort of thing. And in certain instances it may be useful, but the point is keeping it as an option. Either way, the cell phone always knows where it is. Keeping it in one place may be a good start. However, the cell (smart?) phones, even stationary, still seem to have built-in capabilities that are invading one’s privacy.
Found the “Covid-19 Exposure Notifications” listed at the top of the list. Did not know that was even there. Not sure when it appeared. Turned off. Thank-you.
Mandatory vaccines are no longer needed when asymptomatic carriers present near-zero risk
The whole point of contact tracing is to find people who don’t know they have the infection because they were supposedly infected by an asymptomatic carrier. But if the only people who spread the virus are those who show obvious symptoms, then everybody already knows to steer clear of that individual, and contact tracing becomes moot.
Plus, the CDC says the virus can’t be spread on surfaces
Is the WHO running a whole new psyop to explode a second wave of infections?
Read the article on Natural News, linked above.
Its use is no longer appropriate given the low-levels of the virus in the Scandanavian country.
The technology has sparked data privacy concerns, with many pointing to the risks of surveillance, data leaks and the information being stored for longer than necessary. France’s StopCovid app caused a standoff with Apple, which refused to change settings to allow the government app to access users’ Bluetooth so that it would always be switched on.
Thats good news, Thank you
States that had committed to using contact tracing apps or expressed interest are now backing away from those claims. The few states that have rolled them out have seen only tepid responses. And there are no indications of any momentum for the apps at a national level.
It's not the enthusiastic welcome that some technologists were hoping for when they began planning months ago for the launch of smartphone apps.
"It is something that launched and then sort of fell away," said Ryan Calo, a University of Washington law professor and expert in tech policy and privacy who was an early skeptic that the apps could be effective.
What this mainstream article didn't recognize is PEOPLE are tired of the technocrats inventing new ways of surveilling them.