The United Kingdom is developing the most stringent Identification Card in the world, making China’s social credit system resemble a Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale.
This totalitarian vacuuming of all personal data coincides with a similar data base proposed in Australia by the federal Liberal/ALP duopoly, hence the ID bill before parliament now.
The UK Government says it will send this information to the World Health Organisation data bank, aka the New World Order headquarters.
This all encompassing data uptake is covered in these sections below taken from the ‘Test and Trace: overarching privacy notice’ website:
‘Information relating to the individual’s physical or mental health condition – if a medical practitioner determines that the health information is pertinent to the infection of COVID-19, and where the health condition could cause further complications or could cause difficulties undertaking the test, then this health information may be collected,
‘Information relating to the family of the individual and the individual’s lifestyle and social circumstances – details of household members may be collected as part of tracing where positively tested individuals will be linked to contacts,
‘Information which relates to the ethnic origin of the individual – there is growing evidence that BAME communities are disproportionally affected by COVID-19, so capturing this information will allow this to be researched further,
‘Information relating to genetic/biometric details (where processed to uniquely identify an individual) – tests will take swabs of a person’s mouth/nasal passage for testing and this will contain genetic data in the sample. This will be used for testing but also the results of this test may be used for tracing and contain purposes,
‘Information relating to any offences committed where we provide a testing service in prisons and where enforcement action may be taken against individuals who may fail to self-isolate – the prisoner early release and the prisoner protection programme (shielding/vulnerable lists) may engage with details of offences and sentencing. It should also be noted that in answering police requests for information to support potential self-isolation breaches and/or in the provision of similar data to the local authorities for triage it can be inferred that those individuals will be subject to law enforcement investigation, leading to potential criminal proceedings,
‘COVID-19 data may need to be shared with WHO for research purposes and where required to help trace contacts internationally. These are restricted transfers made on the basis of being important for reasons of public interest, where we rely on one of the derogations under Article 49(1)(d) of the GDPR.’