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Singapore Police Access COVID Tracing App Data For Criminal Investigations

By Tyler Durden In another instance where conspiracy theory becomes fact, a coronavirus tracing app in Singapore can now be used by the police to track citizens for criminal investigations, according to Channel News Asia. In June, Singapore rolled out a mandatory COVID-19 tracing program that would identify people who had come in contact with virus…

Singapore Police Access COVID Tracing App Data For Criminal Investigations

In another instance where conspiracy theory becomes fact, a coronavirus tracing app in Singapore can now be used by the police to track citizens for criminal investigations, according to Channel News Asia.  In June, Singapore rolled out a mandatory COVID-19 tracing program that would identify people who had come in contact with virus carriers. The private…

CDC Asks COVID Vaccine Recipients to Download Their Smartphone App

By B.N. Frank All wireless technology – including smartphones – emits harmful radiation that affects people, plants, and animals (see 1, 2, 3).  Vulnerable populations and children (see 1, 2) seem to be at more risk. Nevertheless, people of all ages own smartphones, and during COVID they’ve been asked to download apps to track them….

A Trojan Horse? PathCheck’s Contact Tracing App Coming to Minnesota and the World

By Raul Diego Almost as soon as the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a global pandemic in March, contact tracing apps seem to have sprouted everywhere. Last May, MintPress News reported on a Bluetooth-enabled sports fans tracking app, which was later repurposed to push COVID-19 contact tracing methods. The app, called Care19, was one of the…

British Woman Threatened With Police Visit For Not Downloading NHS COVID-Tracking App

Authored by Paul Joseph Watson via Summit News, A British woman says she was threatened with police visiting her home if she did not download the NHS coronavirus ‘track and trace’ app. LockdownSkeptics.org features the story of a woman from Skipton who tested positive for COVID-19 and immediately self-isolated. “This was followed by “in excess” of…

Coronavirus: Health minister says app should roll out by winter

A government minister has said the NHS coronavirus contact-tracing app is “not a priority” and he was not sure it would be out by winter. The app, which has been trialled on the Isle of Wight, was initially expected to launch nationally weeks ago. The BBC can also reveal that the project’s two lead managers…