1. Britons may be unable to travel abroad because of UK's failure to join Google and Apple tracing app  Telegraph.co.uk
  2. How will the NHS coronavirus app work and should I be worried?  The Times
  3. ‘Don`t want China stealing my information!’ Express readers say NO to coronavirus app  Express.co.uk
  4. UK starts testing coronavirus contact tracing app  CNN
  5. Coronavirus UK: Inside UK government's track-and-trace plan to beat Covid-19  Evening Standard
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The contact tracing app being developed by the NHS will not be compatible with the system being used in other countriesThe contact tracing app being developed by the NHS will not be compatible with the system being used in other countries

Britons may be unable to travel abroad because of UK's failure to join Google and Apple tracing app 

The health secretary is launching the government’s latest weapon in the fight against Covid-19 today — a smartphone app.Matt Hancock will urge Britons to download the app within weeks in an effort toThe health secretary is launching the government’s latest weapon in the fight against Covid-19 today — a smartphone app.Matt Hancock will urge Britons to download the app within weeks in an effort to

CORONAVIRUS infection cases will be traced by a Government produced app that is causing data privacy and surveillance concerns, with the majority of Express.co.uk voters deciding they are against signing up to this electronic monitoring application, due to concerns that individual private information could be abused.CORONAVIRUS infection cases will be traced by a Government produced app that is causing data privacy and surveillance concerns, with the majority of Express.co.uk voters deciding they are against signing up to this electronic monitoring application, due to concerns that individual private information could be abused.

Coronavirus contact tracing app: Fears personal information will be stolen | UK | News | Express.co.uk

“Head of NHSx (digital tech arm of nat’l health services) tells parliamentary committee they want people age 16 and above to download coronavirus tracing app on Isle of Wight where it’s being tested this week”

Hadas Gold on Twitter: "Head of NHSx (digital tech arm of nat’l health services) tells parliamentary committee they want people age 16 and above to download coronavirus tracing app on Isle of Wight where it’s being tested this week"

“The @lawbytespod Podcast, Episode 49: Lilian Edwards (@lilianedwards) on the Legal, Ethical and Technology Debate over Coronavirus Contact Tracing Apps https://t.co/O8RpaOokqg”

Michael Geist on Twitter: "The @lawbytespod Podcast, Episode 49: Lilian Edwards (@lilianedwards) on the Legal, Ethical and Technology Debate over Coronavirus Contact Tracing Apps https://t.co/O8RpaOokqg… https://t.co/L4GGZ0QBUP"

“Just seen that an old colleague, Demis Hassabis, original creator of #EvilGenius, is a consultant on the SAGE panel of experts re the Coronavirus tracing app. I'm not saying anything about acts of infamy, evil volcano lairs, or boiler suited minions, or our sequel!”

Jason Kingsley OBE on Twitter: "Just seen that an old colleague, Demis Hassabis, original creator of #EvilGenius, is a consultant on the SAGE panel of experts re the Coronavirus tracing app. I'm not saying anything about acts of infamy, evil volcano lairs, or boiler suited minions, or our sequel!"

“The Federal Government has released the exposure draft of its COVIDSafe app privacy laws, including 5 years jail for anyone who accesses and uses the app data for uses other than for coronavirus tracing - here’s how it spells out some of the offences @abcnews @politicsabc #auspol”

Matthew Doran on Twitter: "The Federal Government has released the exposure draft of its COVIDSafe app privacy laws, including 5 years jail for anyone who accesses and uses the app data for uses other than for coronavirus tracing - here’s how it spells out some of the offences @abcnews @politicsabc #auspol… https://t.co/5x22OLylYS"