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BBC Continues to Insist Employees Wear ‘Social Distancing Tags’ Despite Complaints

Devices beep when a person gets within two meters of someone.

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The BBC is continuing to insist its employees wear electronic social distancing tags that emit a loud beep whenever they get within two meters of another person despite numerous safety, privacy and noise complaints.

The proximity sensors were introduced in January to “help maintain safe social distancing” but employees say they have become nothing but an annoying nuisance.

One of the tags had to be retired from use after it started smoking, with an employee telling the Guardian, “If they can’t handle daily use and start setting on fire or overheating, then they shouldn’t be here.”

Another employee said the beeping sensors were a nightmare in a working environment where absolute silence is often required.

“They get in the way of making TV…they’re so noisy, so no one used them,” said the staffer.

However, the BBC has insisted that it will continue to force employees to wear the degrading devices.

“We are surprised that a problem with a single electronic device is a news story, especially as the devices are being used where social distancing is challenging and they are about safety,” said a spokesperson.

As Tom Parker notes, “The BBC employees’ experience with these social distancing proximity sensors is the latest of many adverse and unexpected consequences of COVID tech being deployed.”

“Not only does tech based on tracking people’s movements force them to give up their freedom of movement but in many cases, the contact tracing and vaccine passport apps that are being deployed also have privacy and accuracy issues.”

We previously reported on the fact that both the UK and Australian governments have considered forcing people to wear electronic ankle bracelets like prisoners to ensure they are complying with home quarantine orders.

Perhaps a safer method would be for the BBC to make its employees wear cow bells instead.

They will ensure people are aware of the location of others, won’t explode and will allow employees to full embrace the cattle experience.

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If You Didn’t Laugh, You’d Cry

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New investigation reveals theft in the UK has “effectively been decriminalized” due to shockingly low prosecution rates.

Prosecution rates of people who post offensive memes or engage in wrongthink, however, remain first rate.

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Wiener Says Gays Shouldn’t Avoid Sex Party Orgies Despite Monkeypox

But you couldn’t say goodbye to your loved one at a funeral.

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California state Senator Scott Wiener demanded people stay at home to stop the spread of the COVID virus.

Now he asserts, despite a monkeypox health emergency, that gay men should continue to engage in sex party orgies.

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UK Police Chief Says Authorities Need to Stop ‘Wasting Time’ Investigating People Being Offended

Public is sick of it.

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The Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police has asserted that authorities need to stop ‘wasting time’ investigating people being offended on social media, noting that the public is sick of it.

Chief Constable Stephen Watson made the comments during an interview with the Telegraph.

Watson acknowledged that Greater Manchester Police had “become too assiduous at interpreting some of the rules to mean that if anybody at any time for whatever reason is offended, there somehow needs to be a police record.”

“We’ve got ourselves involved in stuff which is just not a policing matter, we’ve wasted our time as a result and we’ve caused people to question whether, frankly, we know what we’re doing,” the senior officer added.

Likely next Prime Minister Liz Truss has also vowed to put a stop to police investigating social media posts.

However, despite the College of Policing issuing guidance that officers need to focus on real crimes and not interfering in “debates on Twitter,” the practice still continues.

As we highlighted yesterday, a British Army veteran was arrested by police in Aldershot for re-posting a meme on Facebook critical of the LGBT community.

51-year-old Darren Brady was placed in handcuffs by Hampshire Police after being told he had caused someone “anxiety” online.

People in the UK are routinely arrested for posting ‘offensive’ tweets and other social media content.

Former police officer James Watts was arrested and given 20 weeks in prison for the ‘crime’ of posting offensive George Floyd memes in private WhatsApp and Facebook group chats.

Meanwhile, car thefts have effectively been legalized in major cities and police say they don’t even have time to investigate two out of three burglaries.

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