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originally posted by: TwistedPsycho
It has been announced today by Grant Schapps, the UK Transport Minister, that the UK will be introducing it's digital passports via the NHS App in time for international travel. (Source: Sky News)
To action this, the existing NHS App, rather than the NHS COVID App, is going to be used to display your vaccination status and/or proof of a negative test result.
Now, having got the app myself because I am just a little bit dim, it goes though the process to register that you would expect. Add your unique NHS number, for security reasons, give permission for them to access your location, phone calls, microphone and camera....
Am I the only one that is a bit worried about this? Now me, I have already blocked access to my phone, location and microphone (not that I suspect that actually changes much) but moreso if you want to go abroad you will have to install the app.....
originally posted by: Cloudbuster
Why do they need access to your microphone, location maybe......in Aotearoa we have a covid scan app that we are meant to scan in when entering a shop for which you need your bluetooth on this also tracks your movements, but I dont think it has access to ph microphone......I think. Maybe the location thing is so they can track you down for your next 6 monthly covid vaccine....
Under the CCP’s social credit system, “‘bad’ behavior lowers a person’s score and can make it difficult for them to buy, sell, travel, get loans or send their children to college. ‘Very bad’ behavior, such as political dissent, can get someone and their family members blacklisted, making it difficult for them to function in society,” Green writes.
Chinese Communists have created a unified record system to allow the government to track individuals and businesses and assess their trustworthiness
originally posted by: Tulpa
a reply to: TwistedPsycho
I suggest every single person in the country send an e-mail to Boris every morning at 8am every day, detailing yesterday's adventures and today's plans.
Let's see, exactly, how much "data" they can cope with.