Against strong recommendations by , does not publish their tracing app as . This is counterproductive: keeping the app proprietary eliminates transparency, effective reviews and trust.

@matiaslavik Oh damn. Is the official argumentation similar as in Denmark? Do they also follow the decentralised approach?

@fsfe Ah, sorry! actually the app has been suspended now, and all data removed 🙂 I missed those news (I knew it was being investigated, but really didn't expect this).
You can read the news here:

Not downloading that. Already problematic that DNA from tests in Denmark are keep in a central database without consent or knowledge.

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