As if Americans needed another reason not to trust government health officials, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has provided one. According to FOX Business, “The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) is facing a class-action lawsuit for allegedly using Google technology to covertly install tracking apps on over one million Android phones as part of the state government’s efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 through contact tracing.”
Believing the Mass. Dept. of Public Health (DPH) violated “both the Massachusetts and U.S. Constitutions,” the New Civil Liberties Alliance (NCLA) has filed a class-action lawsuit against the DPH.
The NCLA accuses the DPH of “brazen disregard for civil liberties,” having installed “spyware that deliberately tracks and records movement and personal contacts onto over a million mobile devices without their owners’ permission and awareness.”
The NCLA wrote, “No law or regulation authorizes DPH to secretly install any type of software onto the Android devices of Massachusetts residents. NCLA is unaware at this time of other states that engaged in a similar surreptitious strategy of auto-installing contact-tracing apps.”
But that seems likely, right? Why wouldn’t they do this in other states?
With such invasions of individual autonomy, it’s no wonder people don’t trust government health departments at the federal level and in blue jurisdictions. What’s next? Injecting Americans with a CCP virus “vaccine” when they think they’re getting a flu shot? What about implanting contact-tracing (or other) chips under your skin while doing another procedure?
If you don’t think leftist state or federal governments are capable of such despicable behavior, you haven’t been paying attention. Ironically, if this violation can happen in Massachusetts, the “Birthplace of American Liberty,” it can happen anywhere.
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