Why didn’t they think of going to the big players in the app market to start with Walk away I am a grumpy old an I live with my Pug shirt. No wait someone thought of a way for a mate to make a killing. Why should the taxpayer pay for something that doesn’t work, I know I wouldn’t. Typical of our inept government. It wasn’t the NHS developing the app, it was a contract awarded to SERCO for a huge sum of money. Tired of this misrepresentation that will only lead to the NHS fielding the blame for it’s failure. Regardless of what or whose technology they use, they should not be building or trialling a track and trace app in the middle of a pandemic. The technology should have been worked out years ago.
This thing is already on your phone’s without your permission Walk away I am a grumpy old an I live with my Pug shirt. They have no right to do this. I’m taking legal advice. It seems that rather than use an app developed by the people who actually make the software for smartphones they instead contracted it out to the usual bunch of code monkeys that go over budget and over deadline on all government contracts. Nothing went wrong with it. It was never meant to work. It was just a way for government acquaintances to get their selfish greedy stinking hands on a bit more of that money that they never contribute to. You know.