We're in the process of being demolished, back to "new normal" as some governments have noted, the stage where it is important to know where Coronavirus is circulating in our society. As we announced, Apple and Google want to help with thisTo do this, they have produced an API they provide to find the path of the virus. Of course, many governments are reluctant to use it and today we have a new one joining this list of countries that do not want to use the development of Apple and Google. France recognizes the good work of Apple and Google but wants to improve its app to get Coronavirus among its citizens
Well, as we say, France seems to have just joined many denialist countries from the Apple and Google technologies, they know that what these companies do is good, but according to the guys that come out Reuters, of course, chooses to carry out this type of development. We leave you details published by Reuters when we see how The French government is confirming a new and effective API version developed by Apple and Google
Contact tracking system StopCOVID, supported by the status quo France, should enter the phase of its scrutiny in the week of May 11, when the country begins its ascendancy, a government minister said on Sunday.
Digital Affairs Minister Cedric O, a member of President Emmanuel Macron's inner circle, launched the application as the key to France's plan to prevent coronavirus as authorities face the prospect of mass testing.
France's health and technology regime … it is our country's freedom to choose and be limited in the choice of a large corporation, new and efficient as they are.
Finally it is good for tech companies to participate in contributing to the fight against Coronavirus, but it is understandable that governments themselves want to develop their own mechanisms and prevent foreign companies from doing so. What do you think? Is it good for hackers like Apple and Google to develop Coronavirus tracking APIs? Is it better for governments to use this virus transmission to their citizens? opening a dispute…