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Contact Tracing: The Fall of Our Right to Privacy with Alex Newman

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In these days of quarantine and lockdown, are we losing our freedoms more than ever before in the history of the USA? Now selective censorship seems to be becoming the norm on the internet and not just MSM anymore. Now private organizations are limiting free speech such as Google, Facebook, and YouTube, by banning and removing content from their sites, and labeling content as false information if it doesn't align with the WHO medical guidelines. As we continue to lose our ability to speak from one to many, now it appears our privacy is the next thing on the chopping block. Google and Apple are getting ready to roll out their ambitious COVID-19 contact tracing technology that uses the Bluetooth in people's smartphones to detect when they come in contact with someone who has tested positive for coronavirus. This technology is going to be used by the government to log your COVID-19 status. Not only will they be blasting out your location and movements to the government but also your health status. Do you think we should know why and how contact tracing is being rolled out at warp speed, whether you believe the crisis is planned or just bad luck? Should we know how the government is working to keep tabs on the American people in the name of safety.? Will the program be tracking who we are interacting with and alerting them about our health information? Officials are stating Contact tracing is supposed to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, but is it effective and has it crossed our line of freedom. On our next Good Intentions show on Wednesday, May 20th at 11am, Tim Ray will be discussing with Alex Newman, a foreign correspondent for The New American magazine and award-winning international journalist, about contact tracing and will it be the main surveillance policy across America to enforce health safety standards at the sacrifice of our constitutional right of privacy.






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