Digital ID Thread

wolfinsheepsclothing

Chicken
Orthodox
I did a little digging and found some Colorado specific information about Vaccine Records. Doing a quick search for vaccine records in your state will likely tell you everything you want to know.



This is what I know. The vaccination database for Colorado is called Colorado Immunization Information System. Check it out for yourself:




It gets even worse. In the state of Colorado they are literally rolling out a Digital ID app for smartphones that will have your COVID vaccination status and driver's license and proof of insurance, and I'm sure other things like social credit score eventually.

Don't believe me? Take a look.






From their website:

"You can now use the myColorado™ app to easily access your digital COVID-19 vaccine record. "



And again, this is just on the state level. I guarantee they will have or already have something planned for the federal level in the United States. Yes I'm sure there will be some republican states that will push back against this kind of thing, but eventually they will all fall into lockstep. After all, most republicans are controlled opposition.
 

Lash

Chicken
Protestant
It's a sign of progress that the first reaction to this is revulsion at the inevitable, inexorable abuse of privacy, that thing which we will soon be talking about in wistful tones with a faraway look in our eyes, the way someone talks about the railroad tracks which ran behind his boyhood home, adding that after a while he didn't even notice the trains.

A long time ago I had a better idea, and this seems the ideal place to mention it. How about a plastic card driver's license—our domestic passport—whose identity is meaningless except to your local government and any police department?
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Crow
Orthodox Inquirer
One app to rule them all as Roosh said today in the live stream, that's a phrase we must remember, especially in relation with revelation prophecy this comes closest to a technological total control system I can imagine. Things that were unimaginable years ago are now a real possibility, with a global movement towards it.
 

Mrredsquare

Ostrich
Other Christian
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Viktor Zeegelaar

Crow
Orthodox Inquirer
I see more and more developments towards thid global ID. Now here they announce a new public transport card which can also be used from the smartphone, i.e. they'll start there and then move to solo smartphone over time. This of course plays in with the centralization of health info, carbon score, social credit score and finance. No vacc, no entrance to public transport can easily be implemented this way.
 

El Draque

 
Banned
Orthodox
Surely a lot of these Smartphone Apps will be old hat when the 5G enabled ubiquitios Facial Recognition cameras are rolled out.

On that subject Moscow Metro now takes payment via this method. Speaking to a Chinese client the other day, they pay for food in some establishments with it. Essentially the facial scan replaces Chip and Pin.

 

joost

Pelican
Funny how they use a bunch of fancy words like "cryptographic, enhanced privacy, bringing it to 21st century, security standards, security control..."

Even if you share only your picture and age, you bet it will stay in a database. Big Brother is hungry for big data.
 

MartyMcFly

Ostrich
Other Christian
Surely a lot of these Smartphone Apps will be old hat when the 5G enabled ubiquitios Facial Recognition cameras are rolled out.

On that subject Moscow Metro now takes payment via this method. Speaking to a Chinese client the other day, they pay for food in some establishments with it. Essentially the facial scan replaces Chip and Pin.

Many young Chinese people are extremely addicted to using a smartphone for everything. I remember them waiting in a long line to use a smartphone app to get on a bus and a subway despite the fact that a transport card was much faster. A large group of people in America (such as those on this forum) still hesitate to trust the smartphone for everything but in China it seems nobody questions it and many welcome it Same for cameras being everywhere and likely the same for facial recognition software.

This trust in the government is quite amazing considering what happened in the cultural revolution in the 1960's. Same can be said for Russians trusting the government despite their own oppression under Stalin. At least in Russia, a few have worries. I doubt you would see such an article about China.
 

El Draque

 
Banned
Orthodox
Many young Chinese people are extremely addicted to using a smartphone for everything. I remember them waiting in a long line to use a smartphone app to get on a bus and a subway despite the fact that a transport card was much faster. A large group of people in America (such as those on this forum) still hesitate to trust the smartphone for everything but in China it seems nobody questions it and many welcome it Same for cameras being everywhere and likely the same for facial recognition software.

This trust in the government is quite amazing considering what happened in the cultural revolution in the 1960's. Same can be said for Russians trusting the government despite their own oppression under Stalin. At least in Russia, a few have worries. I doubt you would see such an article about China.

Fact is the "sometimes i think i'd forget my head if it wasn't screwed on!" type bylines advertising these methods, will sell them to the droolie normie throng.

"Ok guys, i know it feels a bit weird at first, but no one's going to copy my face are they hahaha! really its far safer to have these cameras everywhere, for payments alone!".

Of course the roll out and ubiquitity of these systems, will mean all but blanket surveillance, at least in the metropolitan areas. And the social credit, climate score, and vax pass 'bolt-ons' will seal the Serfdom 2.0 infrastructure.

Another reason to hammer home the 'stop obsessing about the details, and work on a plan to get to the country and minimise impact with the dystopia' message.

It's really all there is at this stage.
 

Viktor Zeegelaar

Crow
Orthodox Inquirer
Funny how they use a bunch of fancy words like "cryptographic, enhanced privacy, bringing it to 21st century, security standards, security control..."

Even if you share only your picture and age, you bet it will stay in a database. Big Brother is hungry for big data.
It's pure marketing and PR for convenience, then people will buy it instantly.
 

Geo Martin

Woodpecker
Catholic
Many young Chinese people are extremely addicted to using a smartphone for everything. I remember them waiting in a long line to use a smartphone app to get on a bus and a subway despite the fact that a transport card was much faster. A large group of people in America (such as those on this forum) still hesitate to trust the smartphone for everything but in China it seems nobody questions it and many welcome it Same for cameras being everywhere and likely the same for facial recognition software.

This trust in the government is quite amazing considering what happened in the cultural revolution in the 1960's. Same can be said for Russians trusting the government despite their own oppression under Stalin. At least in Russia, a few have worries. I doubt you would see such an article about China.
It's not that the Chinese trust their government so much but that they are mostly pragmatists as in follow the line or else. As opposed to places like Sweden where they've been voluntarily and happily inserting microchips under their skin for years now, because it's 'cool'. Which is gonna fall first?
 
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