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Will you download the app?

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user1469530553 Tue 28-Apr-20 19:03:14

The contact tracing app that identifies if you have been in contact with someone who becomes infected?

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Nochangeplease Tue 28-Apr-20 19:05:22

Yes

The80sweregreat Tue 28-Apr-20 19:08:13

No.

MrsJoshNavidi Tue 28-Apr-20 19:09:38

Yes.

Why not The80s?

Violetparis Tue 28-Apr-20 19:09:43

Yes, think it's an important factor in trying to help us get back to some kind of normality. Don't care about my data being used as my data and everyone elses is picked up by so many other organisations.

FedHimtoTigers1990 Tue 28-Apr-20 19:10:26

Yes and i really don't understand why anyone wouldn't.

bathsh3ba Tue 28-Apr-20 19:12:07

Yes if it gives any chance of lifting restrictions

duffeldaisy Tue 28-Apr-20 19:14:01

Yes. The quicker we can get to contact-tracing and isolating, the sooner we can get back to normal with less risk.

Gronky Tue 28-Apr-20 19:14:21

I will but reluctantly. They had an opportunity, supported by both tech giants and other nations of maintaining a high level of user privacy, through a decentralised database but, instead, decided to go down the path of centralised data collection.

DaisylovesDonald Tue 28-Apr-20 19:14:56

Yes

TokyoSushi Tue 28-Apr-20 19:15:36

Yes. I'm not 100% happy with the privacy/tracking/data collection but if it helps I'll do it.

TankGirl97 Tue 28-Apr-20 19:15:41

Yes

lamppotkettle Tue 28-Apr-20 19:15:59

Yrs

The80sweregreat Tue 28-Apr-20 19:17:32

I don't trust the government about this app.
Not sure why just worried about it.

Bubblesbubblesmybubbles Tue 28-Apr-20 19:21:05

Yes if it means lockdown relaxing sooner!!

Gronky Tue 28-Apr-20 19:22:29

Not sure why just worried about it.

To clarify, assuming nothing further changes, central authorities will be able to see who you've encountered (it's not clear at this stage whether they'll just be able to see non-identifiable IDs or actual personal details) while the model used in some other countries would only allow the individual to see if they'd encountered someone who's tested positive (who has to voluntarily disclose that information, without giving their details).

Assuming nothing changes, they still won't be tracking physical locations.

Northernsoullover Tue 28-Apr-20 19:24:02

Yes. Bring it on.

CatyaPurella Tue 28-Apr-20 19:24:20

Yes

UpAndGoing Tue 28-Apr-20 19:26:21

Yes.
It's a little scary though, how they track yor location.

UpAndGoing Tue 28-Apr-20 19:27:26

how they track yor location.

Oops, that meant to say your.

Ilets Tue 28-Apr-20 19:27:53

No, my battery/phone can't handle it

LazyYogi Tue 28-Apr-20 19:28:23

If I can avoid it then no.
I'm am against these measures being mandatory. It's a slippery slope which we are already started down.

justanotherneighinparadise Tue 28-Apr-20 19:28:57

Yes

Bearbehind Tue 28-Apr-20 19:30:48

Yes - why wouldn’t you?

The government and a whole host of other agencies / companies already know exactly where you are - why would this bother you?

EskiSummerleaze Tue 28-Apr-20 19:39:39

No, I wouldn't unless I had to. What happens when people lie about having symptoms to avoid professional contact, does that force you into self isolation? Or is it only if you've been in contact with a confirmed case?

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