Thursday 24 September 2020 by Mark Molloy

I won’t use Test and Trace app because I value my privacy, insists man on Facebook using his GPS-enabled 4G-capable camera and microphone


Man refusing to use NHS Test and Trace app

A man has revealed today that he will not be tracked by the government’s new Test and Trace app, after reading about it on his GPS-enabled 4G-capable device equipped with a high-definition camera and microphone.

Simon Williams, who has only actually left his house twice in the last month but seems convinced that the government wants to know his every movement, told us “I’m not falling for that one, no way.

“I’m not letting the authorities track me 24 hours a day by having me carry around a tracking device for them.  If I did, they could find out every single place I go, which at present is actually just the back garden and the off licence up the road.

“It’s obvious what they are up to, I read it on my phone. Then another few videos popped up on Facebook saying similar things, so I read those, and shared and liked them, and then bizarrely even more stories appeared saying exactly the same thing – which is just crazy, but proves it’s true.

“It’s all about watching where we are going every day, and the 5G masts and stuff, they are just trying to track me.

“That’s why my phone is only 4G. There is no way they can get any information from me on a backward piece of technology like that – the real threat is the Test and Trace app they want us to install. They can put everything in that.

“Hey, if you want to know the truth and avoid all the tracking stuff they’re trying to bring in, you should join our Facebook group.”

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