Apple’s latest iOS 13.5 update contains contact tracing malware to enslave you


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(Natural News) Some 23 countries, including the United States, have agreed to accept Apple’s latest iOS smartphone update, known as 13.5, which contains built-in contact tracing technology for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). But is it really a good idea to install it?

The reason we ask is because so-called contact tracing is not designed to keep you “safe,” despite what some authorities claim. It is designed to keep you enslaved by watching everything you do and tracking everywhere you go, all in the name of promoting “public safety.”

According to reports, both Apple and Google have released new software updates that come with “exposure notification,” a technology that can supposedly identify who has tested positive for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), as well as notify everyone who might have come in contact with that person.

Governments will also have the ability to incorporate their own apps into these new systems, allowing them to pull contact tracing data directly from people’s smartphones. It is the ultimate in total government surveillance and spying, and the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) has made it all happen.

“Over two dozen countries have already released their own contact tracing apps, but the Apple-Google release is expected to dramatically accelerate the process,” reports Technology Review, adding that “their partnership means almost all smartphones worldwide will be able to detect each other and share information about potential exposure to the disease.”

Listen below to The Health Ranger Report as Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, talks about the greater Big Pharma plot to use the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) as a means of enslaving humanity under totalitarianism, including through the use of contact tracing:

Tech isn’t enough; experts want 100,000 human contact tracers in America alone

Both Apple and Google are insistent that the technology will be entirely voluntary, and that users will have the “freedom” to opt-in, or not, depending on whether or not they choose to participate. The two tech giants will merely provide the API, they claim, while governments will handle the rest.

“What we’ve built is not an app,” Apple and Google said in a joint statement. “Rather, public health agencies will incorporate the API into their own apps that people install. Our technology is designed to make these apps work better.”

“Each user gets to decide whether or not to opt in to exposure notifications; the system does not collect or use location from the device; and if a person is diagnosed with COVID-19, it is up to them whether or not to report that in the public health app. User adoption is key to success, and we believe that these strong privacy protections are also the best way to encourage use of these apps,” they added.

The two companies further claim that as the pandemic “ends,” however that is determined, countries will begin to shut down the use of these apps, though the API-equipped software will presumably remain.

This might sound like good news until you realize that many epidemiologists and technologists are already saying that such apps will not solve the crisis, nor will they be enough to keep it at bay. Instead, they want to see more human contact tracing in the form of a contact tracing army, much like the one that failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton wants to see implemented across the U.S.

In order for this to work, according to some “experts,” about 100,000 contact tracers will have to be trained and deployed just in the U.S. alone. This, they claim, is how the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will “end,” whatever that ends up meaning.

You can keep up with the latest news about the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) by visiting Pandemic.news.

Sources for this article include:

TechnologyReview.com

NaturalNews.com


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