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On today's episode of my privacy podcast, I look at the German tracing app code and why people are mad at insignificant things, ignoring the actual problems with our situation.

The Private Citizen 21: The SAP Contact Tracing App & Other Madness
privatecitizen.press/episode/2

DeepL ist ja sonst eigentlich immer überraschend gut. Aber das hat mich gerade buchstäblich vor Lachen unter den Tisch sacken lassen... 😂

Sure as I know anything I know this: They will try again. A year from now, ten, they'll swing back to the belief that they can make people …better. And I do not hold to that.

I aim to misbehave.

youtube.com/watch?v=1VR3Av9qfZ

Now here's a woman after my own heart: @jackieplage@twitter.com!

The day of vengeance cometh, the day of wrath draws nigh
The spirit that was broken did not die
A life for every taken life, a tongue for every lie
One eye for every tear we ever cried

Could it have something to do with there being no tweets on Facebook? 🤦🏻‍♂️

No shit. Lustigerweise hab ich vor genau einem Monat den selben Schluss gezogen. Man muss halt kein Virologe sein, um Statistiken zu lesen. Man muss nur denken können.

privatecitizen.press/episode/1

RT @WAZ_Redaktion@twitter.com

Virologe Drosten: Deutschland könnte zweiter Corona-Welle entgehen waz.de/politik/virologe-droste

🐦🔗: twitter.com/WAZ_Redaktion/stat

Adam Curry has released an excellent interview with Dutch data scientist and social geographer Maurice de Hond on COVID-19 and how he thinks our response to the virus outbreak was wrong.

fab.industries/blog/2020/link-

RT @RecIaimTheNet@twitter.com

THROWBACK 2005: When Steve Jobs unveiled podcasting to Kara Swisher - something that would revolutionize broadcasting and would allow anyone to participate - the first words out of her mouth were asking how to censor it.

"How do you control...say...dirty stuff?" twitter.com/karaswisher/status

🐦🔗: twitter.com/RecIaimTheNet/stat

This sounds like something the Star Trek: Discovery writers room came up with... 😂

RT @jonathanmh_com@twitter.com

I want @fabsh@twitter.com to just read up some of the quotes in this article on one of his shows: bbc.com/news/technology-528102

> uses a "proprietary procedure that leads to relativistic time dilation and biological quantum entanglement at the DNA level"

🐦🔗: twitter.com/jonathanmh_com/sta

So I guess finishing Das Boot instead of watching Musk launch things into space was a good call?

„Ruhen Sie sich erst mal aus.“

„Ein paar Probleme gibt‘s noch...“

RT @THErealDVORAK@twitter.com

I wonder how many people do not realize that we cannot even make this rocket anymore. The engineering is lost to be replaced by gender studies. twitter.com/BrianRoemmele/stat

🐦🔗: twitter.com/THErealDVORAK/stat

On today's episode of my privacy podcast, I look at the German tracing app code and why people are mad at insignificant things, ignoring the actual problems with our situation.

The Private Citizen 21: The SAP Contact Tracing App & Other Madness
privatecitizen.press/episode/2

The BBC makes a big point about how bad COVID-19 related "misinformation" is. Yet, they spread FUD about decentralised contact tracing. They either don't know what they are talking about, can't write well or are misleading people -> it's misinformation.

bbc.com/news/technology-528076

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