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No limit to privacy invasion. Once done there in no way back. Probably already isn’t!

Just OMG …… monitoring pee pee……..there is no limit to privacy invasion. Once done there in no way back. Probably already isn’t!

 

From The Times 8th June 2020

 

Amazon, Bournemouth airport and the Premier League are considering the use of thermal imaging cameras at entrances to buildings that can check for signs of fever.

 

Vodafone is offering to set up such cameras for £1,711.

 

 

 

Employees may soon be required to have certain apps on their work phones, or to use wearable tech, including watches, lanyards, and pagers, that can be used by their managers to monitor social distancing rules and check for the spread of coronavirus.

 

Two British companies, Smart Citti and Wrld3D, have created an app for businesses called Safe Distance. The app creates a 3D map of the office on workers’ phones, showing where everyone is, using floorplans that clients provide of their building. The data is anonymous but it enables workers to determine whether it is safe to go to the lavatory, for example.

 

Sensors embedded into the soap dispensers can also relay to the Safe Distance app the proportion of people washing their hands compared with the number of people entering the toilets.

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