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As a tech person, there’s nothing quite as infuriating as seeing people dispensing opinions on technology that have quite clearly been pulled directly out of their posteriors. We saw it with US and UK governments’ Huawei bans, and it’s now rearing its head again with the news that England’s much-vaunted track and trace system neglected to count around 16,000 cases due to a technical error.

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