All citizens of the United States are currently being tracked by GPS through via the “surveillance system“ created as a result of the relief bill. The “social distancing scoreboard” is a publicly available tool.

by RaGeQuaKe

What’s interesting to note is that it claims to be “anonymous,” and that you can opt out.

In order to opt out though, you would think you need to simply put your phones IDFA (Identification for Advertisers Number) into the system so they can remove it. But they actually want you to provide your IDFA in ADDITION your full name and email address, thereby attaching your phones unique ID to your name.

What the hell did we just do? This is the patriot Act on steroids.

Here is the scoreboard:

www.unacast.com/covid19/social-distancing-scoreboard

According to the World Health Organization and the CDC, social distancing is currently the most effective way to slow the spread of COVID-19. We created this interactive Scoreboard, updated daily, to empower organizations to measure and understand the efficacy of social distancing initiatives at the local level.

And here is an article backing up what I said:

www.businessinsider.com/cdc-coronavirus-surveillance-and-data-collection-stimulus-package-2020-3

  • The CDC will launch a new “surveillance and data collection system” to track the spread of coronavirus in the US, per the coronavirus relief bill signed into law Friday.

  • The agency would receive emergency funding as part of the bipartisan stimulus package. Of that, $500 million will go public health data surveillance and analytics infrastructure modernization.

  • Tracking the spread of the virus will be a balancing act for the agency, which will have to navigate privacy laws as it expands its surveillance.

President Donald Trump signed into law a sweeping stimulus bill that will pump emergency funding into the CDC to combat the coronavirus, including a system to gather data on how the virus is spreading.

The CDC’s new funding is part of an emergency stimulus package that provides $2 trillion in funding to boost government health programs and stabilize the American economy during the coronavirus crisis.

Of the funding allocated to the CDC, the stimulus sets aside at least $500 million for public health data surveillance and modernizing the analytics infrastructure. The CDC must report on the development of a “surveillance and data collection system” within the next 30 days. While it’s not clear what form that surveillance system will take, the federal government has reportedly expressed interest in aggregating data that can be gleaned from tech platforms and smartphone use to monitor movement patterns.

 

Read the methodology page. It’s explicit. This is GPS data. They don’t beat around the bush. That’s what they have a BS “opt-out” option.

www.unacast.com/methodology