Strona Mirosława Dakowskiego
Odwiedza nas 23 gości
S T A R T arrow Inne polityczne arrow Izrael 19+ arrow Jak Netanyahu ucieka do przodu przed kryminałem. [po ang.]
Tuesday 07 July 2020 00:52:43.29.

 Pielgrzymka 2020. Piesza Międzynarodowa Pielgrzymka Tradycji Katolickiej Warszawa-Jasna Góra

Proszę o gorące modlitwy o zdrowie ks. prof. Stanisława KOCZWARY.

Jak Netanyahu ucieka do przodu przed kryminałem. [po ang.] Drukuj Email
Wpisał: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu   

Jak Netanyahu ucieka do przodu przed kryminałem.

Israel plans to use counter-terrorism tools to stop spread of coronavirus

Culture and leisure spaces to close down as COVID-19 patients near 200.

Jerusalem Post Health & Science


Israel is going to use counter-terrorism technologies to track coronavirus carriers, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Saturday as the government enacted new restrictions including the closure of all restaurants, cafes and theaters, and called for offices to have employees work from home.

“We are at war with an enemy: the coronavirus,” the prime minister said, “an invisible enemy.

Netanyahu said that he had been given the green light by the Justice Ministry to use Intelligence tracking tools to digitally monitor coronavirus patients without asking them, which the prime minister admitted Saturday night infringes on personal privacy. But he argued that by using these means, “we will be able to see who they were with, what happened before and after [they were infected], and we will be able to isolate the coronavirus and not the entire country.

"We are one of the few countries with this capability, and we will use it,” he said. "We must do everything, as a government and as citizens, to not become infected and not to infect others.”

It was later clarified that these tolls would not be used for enforcement or monitoring of isolation guidelines.

As the number of coronavirus patients in the country neared 200 at press time, the government rolled out further restrictions that would go into effect Sunday morning. Kindergartens, nurseries, daycares, all special education learning centers and all recreational and leisure establishments will close. Workplaces will remain open, but staff will be asked to work from home. Gatherings will be limited to no more than 10 people.

According to the Education Ministry, aside from preschool students, the results of this new restriction mean that more than 160,000 special education children, at-risk students and students who are in boarding schools will not study.

And the prime minister stressed the importance of personal hygiene and that people stay a minimum of two meters apart from one another.[----]


 Avner Pinchuk, a privacy expert with the Association for Civil Rights in Israel, told Reuters that these cyber capabilities could include real-time tracking of patients' cellphones to identify quarantine breaches, as well as scanning metadata to find out where they had been and who they had been with.
> "I am troubled by this announcement. I understand that we are in unique circumstances, but this seems potentially like overreach," Pinchuk said. "Much will depend on how intrusive the new measures are."
> Netanyahu said he had requested approval from the Justice Ministry, as such measures could violate citizens' privacy.

Zmieniony ( 16.03.2020. )
« poprzedni artykuł   następny artykuł »
Top! Top!

Nasza strona korzysta z plikow cookies w celu gromadzenia anonimowych statystyk, jesli nie blokujesz tych plikow, to zgadzasz sie na ich uzycie oraz zapisanie w pamieci urzadzenia. Mozesz samodzielnie zarzadzac plikami cookies w ustawieniach przegladarki.