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    Are you ready to wear Bill Gates' new contact tracing bracelet? Ben Swann

    Companies literally repackaging prisoner technology. But you still touch the same pin pads, doorhandles, ATM screens.

    Probably make you pay for it to with funds from HR 6666.



    CORONAVIRUS MONITORING BRACELETS FLOOD THE MARKET, READY TO SNITCH ON PEOPLE WHO DON’T DISTANCE

    a climate of perpetual bio-anxiety has paved the way for broader acceptance of carceral technologies, with a wave of companies trying to sell tracking accessories to business owners eager to reopen under the aegis of responsible social distancing and to governments hoping to keep a closer eye on people under quarantine.

    Take AiRISTA Flow, a Maryland-based outfit that helps corporations track their “assets,” breathing or not. In an April 21 press release, the company announced it would begin selling Bluetooth and Wi-Fi trackers to be worn on an employee’s wrist like a Fitbit — or around their neck like a cowbell. “When people come within six feet of each other for a period of time,” the company wrote in a press release, “the device makes an audible chirp and a record of the contact is made in the AiRISTA Flow software system.” But the tracking goes far beyond audible chirps: AiRISTA’s platform allows employers to continuously upload a record of close encounters to a corporate cloud, providing an up-to-date list of presumed social distancing violators that would double as a detailed record of workplace social interactions.

    The company’s marketing language is explicit in talking up the nonviral benefits of tracking your workers’ every move: By helping companies “Locate people and things in real time” (the two are seemingly treated interchangeably), they can expect a “Reduction in unplanned downtime,” “Improved asset utilization rates, [and a] reduced need for spares.” https://theintercept.com/2020/05/25/...ance-supercom/

    Gates: More testing and contact tracing needed to safely reopen US

    As a number of states prepare to loosen stay-at-home restrictions amid the coronavirus outbreak, Microsoft co-founder and billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates says the country will need to aggressively test for and trace new cases of the virus in order to reopen safely.

    Gates warned that areas without a major outbreak yet are still at risk, and a second coronavirus wave is possible if states roll back restrictions too soon. He said successful reopening will happen in stages, with the most essential businesses reopening first, along with widespread testing and contact tracing to understand the effects easing restrictions has on the spread of the virus.


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    AiRISTA Flow Unveils Social Distancing and Contact Tracing Solution for the Workplace
    https://www.airistaflow.com/newses/a...the-workplace/
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    What problems do you see with this technology, OP?
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    My immediate reaction is that I wouldn't wear one of these things but since it's panicking the conspirotards, I will rethink my position.
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