New York is going to introduce the COVID-19 passport for entry into public venues. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo released the news that his office has started a pilot program of a new COVID-19 e-passport on Monday. They will make a big use of this card, The “Excelsior Pass” is the new technology. <br>
This is something you should be able to boast about because it shows that you have participated in our vaccination scheme. You will give a thumbs up sign before going into theatres, stadiums, and various businesses. They say this would be very useful for events like Madison Square Garden and Barclays Center. The Passport was created with the help of IBM. They carried out the experiment during the Brooklyn Nets game at the Barclays Center. The trials started on last Tuesday.
What does it do? Boarding passes are very much similar to the boarding pass. They would be easily accessed via a mobile application on their mobile phones. The application is ‘wallet’. Every passport contains a unique QR code which indicates the “visa” status of the traveler. “The Excelsior Pass will play a critical role in getting information to venues and sites in a secure and streamlined way, allowing us to fast-track the reopening of these businesses and getting us one step closer to reaching a new normal.” –Cuomo said.
You shouldn’t be afraid because we have an explanation regarding your privacy concerns. OOHH-RAAHH YAY FOR TRUSTED INFORMATIONAL PAMPHLETS “Robust privacy protections” are woven in the system to give a safe space to handle individuals’ sensitive information.<br> Each person will be able to determine if they should use it and if so, what it will be used for -all without having any idea of their personal details. All the users’ information is kept completely confidential and participation is voluntary. The QR code only sends the signal if the pass is authentic or not. This will most likely segregate further and lead to more unequal rights for other minority groups.
Communist Chinese pattern.Shortly after the pandemic spread through the world, CNN published an article discussing the relevant issue.
Here’s How it Works is an insightful example of a smart phone app. We use our mobile phones, in order to move from place to place, even while walking. You may proceed. Amber Alert or Red Alert: you’re on the list.
This statement is rather tragic because it speaks about the sheer scale of the crisis the Chinese were under at the end of February.
The author added the CCP used the app to “control people’s movements and curb the spread of coronavirus”, and “not be able to leave their residential compounds or enter most public places”.
“Three months on, with the virus largely contained and lockdown measures gradually lifted across most of China, the small square barcodes have remained in place and are still ruling people’s lives.”