Which community centre did you collect from? Was it crowded?
Jalan Besar CC, nah there were only a few folks who showed up. Helped my bro and mum collect theirs well; must bring along your IC and register a phone no. with the issuer.
Fucking depos spotted.
The TraceTogether token's battery can only last 6 months WTF!
Only goes to show how "far-sighted" the PAP government is. :P
@西廠 Now we know for sure these government scholars are fucking brainless hah
KNN the token really looks like a dog collar
@Emboldened There are other designs, but they aren't any better either.
1) The government is using the TraceTogether app to track or spy on every citizen’s whereabouts.
No, the TraceTogether app does not collect any location data and there is no way for the government to locate your whereabouts with this app. The app uses Bluetooth technology to exchange connections with nearby devices that have the app. The app only has the ability to show connections between devices, and not their locations. Furthermore, the logs stay in your phone. Should MOH need the logs for contact tracing, they will seek your consent to share the logs with them.
2) Other TraceTogether users can see my phone number.
Mobile numbers are not revealed to other TraceTogether users. Only temporary IDs, generated by encrypting the User ID with a private key that is held by MOH, are exchanged between phones. Your mobile number remains secret and is not exchanged with other mobile phones. As an added layer of protection, the temporary IDs are refreshed regularly. Even if you could decrypt the temporary IDs, you would still not be able to obtain the mobile numbers of people you have been in contact with.
3) Running the TraceTogether app in the background uses up a lot of data and phone battery.
The app uses about 1MB of data in a day, which is equivalent to the data used by watching 1 second of a high definition movie, and consumes only marginally more battery than phones that already have Bluetooth enabled.
The app won't drain the phone's battery? Zhun boh?
A whopping $13.8 million has been spent on SafeEntry, TraceTogether tools as at September.
Some vendor has probably huat gao gao in the process.
This $13.8 mil could have been saved if the inept pappies had insisted folks wear masks at the onset.
Just collected mine at Woodlands CC. Kym?
So-so design IMO. What's up with that faggoty color though?
@Fat White Knight It kinda resembles a flattened Tenga egg lol.
Slowly but surely, we are getting there. ;)
LOL Calvin Cheng reckons those who do not comply with the TraceTogether protocol should be jailed and caned!
If anything Calvin Cheng should be jailed for being born so ugly.
Eh Calvin, please shut your trap already!
Twice, when I tried collecting the TraceTogether token for my elderly mother who does not have a mobile phone, I was told by Sengkang Community Club (CC) that the token was not available for collection yet.
It is ironic that while the Government wants to achieve a 70 per cent take-up rate before considering a phase three reopening, not all the tokens have been made available for collection. The CC staff have also not been informed when the tokens will be available for collection.
How can the public help to achieve a 70 per cent take-up rate when not all the tokens are available?
It does not make sense that the phase three reopening could potentially be delayed because tokens are not available for collection when the public wants to collect them.
TraceTogether tokens are out of stock everywhere except at some Punggol Community Centres.
Luckily I already collected mine 2 weeks ago. Huat ar!
The TraceTogether program, which includes a mobile app and token, now covers 3.4 million users, about 60% of Singapore’s population, according to Jason Bay, the senior director who leads the project team at the Government Technology Agency.
Kawaii desu ne!!!!!
Eh is this considered vandalism?
Now that's fucking ugly, period.
@Macron-omics The token is government property, don't think you can tamper with it in any way, including pasting stickers all over the damn thing.
SINGAPORE: The Singapore Police Force (SPF) can obtain TraceTogether data for criminal investigations, said Minister of State for Home Affairs Desmond Tan in Parliament on Monday (Jan 4).
The SPF is empowered under the Criminal Procedure Code to obtain any data, and that includes the TraceTogether data, said Mr Tan.
"The Government is the custodian of the TT (TraceTogether) data submitted by the individuals and stringent measures are put in place to safeguard this personal data," added Mr Tan.
"Examples of these measures include only allowing authorised officers to access the data, using such data only for authorised purposes and storing the data on a secured data platform."
Mr Tan was responding to a question from Member of Parliament (MP) Christopher de Souza, who had asked if TraceTogether data will be used for criminal investigations and what the legal provisions and safeguards are for using such data.
Kaoz I knew the Pappies would backtrack on their assurances!!!!! Lying bastards!!!!!
@Tom Ate Jerry
SG is a police state in the making, yet majority of our fellow denser than dense Sinkies will still gladly embrace PAP becoming bona fide big brother down the road.
Vivian attempts to clarify TraceTogether's purposes and access in parliament:
Just leave the bloody physical token at home, instead keep a screenshot of the QR code emblazoned on it in your phone and you are good to go anywhere.
Once again the PAP proves itself most adept at flipping pratas.
A classic example of 越描越黑, 玩火自焚
Meet Desmond Tan, the nincompoop who didn't knew when to shut up, and now PAP is under heavy fire because of him.
PAP = Prata And Prata
LOL @ "Also, we want to be transparent with you."
Data from TT tokens shall be used if a crime from the following categories is committed: