@cwebber There are certain things proposed in that article that aren't compatible with certain democracies, like the US. Though I suppose that if such surveillance were driven by private companies and enough got on board, then it could still happen without government involvement.
But a government-issued certificate of immunity seems compatible.
It'll be all too easy to let fears erode civil liberties. But we also can't let civil liberties cause negligence. We're in for much debate.
@cwebber The user freedoms we fight for will be ever more important as people use technology even more during this crisis. I just hope that the companies we criticize so harshly do the right thing, however one wants to define that, rather than using this as an opportunity to further take advantage of people.
@cwebber The article also doesn't seem to take into account increases in ICU capacity over time as we build out our healthcare infrastructure. It won't stay flat, as those graphs show.
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