>It's a tracking app that will be uploaded onto our phones
>No way to turn it off(API), or a guarantee that it will be turned off once the memedemic is over
>non removable closed source
>insisting that it's private
>It's "anonymous" because we say so
deja vu, always gotta find ways to sugarcoat it
We're about to get zogged/china'd/pozzed even more, forever. Jewgle and Apple will rape
their users by permanently baking a GPS/wifi/BT tracking system into android and iOS updates itself as clearly exploitable
an update and API specially designed for governments along with it for "contact tracing". To use for... shit like:
>notice 'device_id' , 'query_string'
>they say all this user data caught and bought from such as randomly downloadable apps which request GPS location.
But it's not enough.
They are collecting WIFI+GPS+Bluetooth, and now on an even larger scale which means data alone can reduce it to where you live and whoever you came in contact with. The data alone is not private itself regardless of how much they claim it's "anonymous". And this Is only a will away from ID, Credit card, Social credit, so they can click on people like some faggot NPC in SIMS in the Tectonix data viewer and laugh looking at their SIMS NPC slaves while they can have it all under wraps like secret police without touching as much as a strand of hair. How convenient.
Right now the best governments can quasi-legally
get is cell tower triangulation without requesting straight up GPA data from userdata sellers. Governments could just say “hey look these 30 phones(people) were around this building.” But now with contact tracing you can legally place all these smart-phones in the same room with each other. On its own It’s a massive attack on privacy. In the larger context, were at the point where if you want privacy, at all, you virtually can’t own smart phone that's not offline, in the best case at least a non-proprietary one. You have to get a dumb phone. Or maybe a pinefone-tm. In any case it will be without WIFI, GPS and Bluetooth.
Funnily enough "COVID-19 contact tracing" is in fact quite similar to network analysis someone would want to do to crush an insurgency. Physical location is important, but building out a web of connections is also important, way more in-fact. But until now at least that information has not been so accurate that the individuals we're around are all identifiable and logged or at least not without a lot of trouble. Not anymore. I bet china uses the same system to measure social credit.
Buckle up, the (((future)))
is going to be so fun. The epitomy of the surveillance aparatus going to be installed, under the preface of "our protection" of course, its never going away after that. if Stalin was still alive right now he would jizz his pants so hard he would die. No one will have privacy ever again(at least with smart phones which is pretty much everyone because everyone is addicted to their phones and can't life without it for 2 seconds like crack cocaine).