I agree proper measure is keeping a distance from those effected and not having those kind of software
In terms of vaccines:
I read some scientist were able isolating that virus, I am sure medicines can be use inside those vaccines without any chips thought!
Darkstar2 wrote: Because of poor management from government, lies, deceit, corruption and incompetence, nobody can TRUST anybody to properly implement a tracking system that would be effective and secure.
That said, anybody who still has concerns about their so-called "PRIVACY", and think this tracking initiative is bad, then I ask you, what are you doing online ? Your very OS is ridden in spyware out of the box. Your very cloud e-mail and other services you use online, your very smartphone and its installed apps....... It all comes down to what PEOPLE can do to protect their privacy. Anybody who relies on government or authority to protect their privacy, I am sorry to say, but you are truly naive - protection comes down to each person - some people leave so much personal info in their social media accounts, e-mail, smart phones, etc. Using tracking is inevitable it will be the new norm, question is, how creative are people willing to get to protect their privacy ?
If a person does not have a criminal record and nothing to hide, then yeah, a little compromise in privacy is a good bloody trade off if it means feeling safe, and if it means saving lives including your own and loved ones - it should not even be a hard decision - the same way we have a national registry of sex offenders, it would not be a bad thing to have an updated registry of infected people or people who ere previously infected, - it would be a good thing to track these people - some people are complete f****** morons and knowingly want to go out and spread COVID19 not giving a shit about others - so tracking them and exposing them in the name of HEALTH SAFETY, sure, why not, people have to wake the F up and set aside the notion of privacy - we are living in an age where some people take pride in causing harm to others, we must those MFs and keep them isolated from society.
Yes there will always be hackers, exploits, etc, even with Zoom that has become more popular now among non business users is facing a lot of criticism for vulnerabilities and security issues - BUT how many people properly secure their networks or online sessions ? Not many, so hackers prey on these people, the same way fraudulent telemarketers prey on these suckers, gullible people on a daily basis.
Those who are concerned about their personal information on their smart phones, well...........considering that EQUIFAX, CAPITAL ONE, BANKS, even revenue agencies all being hacked before wit millions of leaked accounts,
I'd say people should not be anymore worried - Tracking the whereabouts of infected people, among others, is not such a bad thing.
Can we rely on a proper implementation from authorities, NOPE. The way world governments have dealt with this pandemic particularly the United States and Canada is a good indication of how such new measures would be too F little to late and probably flop.
So what can we do about this ? EASY. When you go out in public, consider ANYBODY around you as being infected, and take your precautions to keep distance, avoid ANY contact, and any other measures according to public health recommendations. Even if there were tracking initiatives, how many people would follow them, do you think there will be a police for every person to make sure they have their mobile on, BT on, app running etc ?
The only way would be through an implanted chip - this won't come until the new vaccine in 1-2 years, courtesy
of Bill Gates