After the app became available to download on Monday, the AP issued a warning saying that the app still insufficiently guaranteed users' privacy, according to the broadcaster. No agreements had been made with Apple and Google about the use of their Bluetooth technology, on which the app works. There is no law to properly regulate the use of the app, to make sure that people are not forced to use the app, for example. And the government hasn't shown that the servers the app use are in order and secure, the AP said.
Is there actual proof that your countries' app is tracking citizens? More than standard CCTV, and Google Location History?Nope. No way! I'm tracked enough already.
Your app would use Apple's implementation, not Google's. It has nothing to do with Google.I have the England NHS Track & Trace on my iPhone - I'm not overly confident as to the companies involved especially Google but I'm at risk so ...
No, I haven't even bothered to check out the app. I'm still tracked too much already, like everyone.Is there actual proof that your countries' app is tracking citizens?