Mass-Tracking COVI-PASS Immunity Passports Slated to Roll Out in 15 Countries

(Raul Diego) Through the magic of Internet meme culture, most Millennials will be familiar with the famous opening scene of the 1942 film, Casablanca, where two policemen stop a civilian in the “old Moorish section” of Nazi-occupied French Morocco and ask him for his “papers.” The subject is taken away at once after failing to produce the required documents. The cinematic exchange has been used ever since as a popular reference to the ever-encroaching hand of the state, which is now on the verge of attaining a level of control over people’s movements that puts the crude Nazi methods to shame.

The post Mass-Tracking COVI-PASS Immunity Passports Slated to Roll Out in 15 Countries appeared on Stillness in the Storm.