Apple and Google are cooperating to launch a system to alert users when dealing with infected with corona


Apple and Google announced on their cooperation to launch a system to track the spread of ncov via
 smart phones, that could alert users if they communicate with an infected person recently, he said technology giants that this system would be available in a matter of months, it will be integrated within the regular IOS and Android to the billions around the world, allowing smartphones to record other devices that are close to the continuing, via Bluetooth.
Apple and Google are cooperating to launch a system to alert users when dealing with infected with corona  Apple and Google announced on their cooperation to launch a system to track the spread of ncov via   smart phones, that could alert users if they communicate with an infected person recently, he said technology giants that this system would be available in a matter of months, it will be integrated within the regular IOS and Android to the billions around the world, allowing smartphones to record other devices that are close to the continuing, via Bluetooth.

and confirm an unexpected partnership between Google and Apple, the gravity of the health crisis and the strength of the two companies which manage their software on all smartphones around the world almost, as the two companies announced that their joint efforts combined in the past two weeks alone, to try to contribute to slowing the spread of HIV coronavirus.

She said public health authorities to better track patients and their communications can slow the epidemic, these actions have been effective in places like South Korea, which also conducted a test group of viruses.

Despite these efforts, but this new step has raised more questions about the arrival of these two giants to the lives of individuals and society, and the ability of two of the largest technology companies in the world to use all smart phones on the planet to track links people.

said Dr. Mike Reid, assistant professor in medicine and infectious diseases at the University of California in San Francisco, which assists officers in San Francisco followed contact: "could be the tool useful but it raises privacy issues, but it would not be the only solution, but part of the strong response and complex".

He said Tim Cook, chief executive of Apple, on Twitter that the tool will help health officers to use Bluetooth technology in a manner that respects also transparency and consent. "
He said Sander betchay Google chairman also on Twitter that it has "controls and procedures of the strong protection of user privacy."