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A survey by the Ministry of Internal Security reveals: How much the public agrees with the GSS | Israel Today

2021-11-29T21:23:49.322Z

Only 52% agree with the location • As the age increases, so does the agreement to provide a location through the "Sakmon" • Secular and traditional people agree more with Arabs and ultra-Orthodox



Exposure:

The first public opinion poll of its kind that examined the operation of the "Sakmon" system, a digital enforcement measure to check the location of isolation barriers, reveals that people aged 65-45 are more willing to share their position than young people, and ultra-Orthodox are less willing to share traditional, Western and secular.

Against the background of the decision to approve GSS identities for the infected, the survey reveals that more than half of those committed to isolation do not want to be followed and fear intrusion into privacy.

Health Minister Horowitz: "I have a big problem with the placements" // Photo: GPO

The summoning system, the isolation verification system developed by the police, makes it possible to carry out "smart enforcement" of insulators in response to the message.

Insulation debtors receive a text message that includes a link, and by clicking on the link, the same person agrees to open the GPS.

After clicking on the link, the police cross-reference the information that comes up with his residential address or with the address declared by the isolation debtor.

Phone tracking?

8% claimed intrusion into privacy, Photo: Oren Ben Hakon

The operation of the system began in September this year, and on October 27-28, the Ministry of Internal Security conducted a satisfaction survey that examined the system's effectiveness.

The survey was attended by 501 interviewees who received a message from the agreement system, according to records from the Ministry of Health and through a sample institute.

The survey findings, which are revealed here for the first time, reveal that as age increases, so does the public's agreement to share its location: 43% of respondents up to age 24 agreed to share the location, among 34-25 year olds 46% agreed, among 44-35-51 year olds %, Among those aged 54-45, 60% agreed, in the age group 64-55, 63% agreed and over the age of 65%, 66% agreed.

The average consent rate is 52%.

Reasons for refusal

Examination of consent by sector reveals that among secular Jews 54% agreed to share the position, among the traditional-religious 55% agreed, in the Arab sector 53% agreed and in the ultra-Orthodox sector - 36%.

The survey also examined the reasons for consent.

While about 20% agreed or saw no reason not to agree, about 10% preferred police officers to come to their home.

Another statistic is the reasons for the disagreement.

The survey shows that "I do not want to be followed" is the main reason, 18% answered that they do not want it, 11% said they did not plan to break the isolation anyway, 11% did not give a reason, 10% claimed difficulties using technology, 8% did not see When necessary, 8% claimed to have invaded privacy, 6% claimed not to have noticed the link and 6% feared personal information being leaked.

It further shows that 40% responded to all messages, and a high rate of 68% responded after receiving four or more messages.

In the secular public 46% responded, in the traditional public 42%, in the Arab public 39%, and in the ultra-Orthodox public 21%.

Tomer Lotan, director general of the Ministry of Internal Security, said: “The ministry is constantly improving the tools to improve isolation enforcement.

In addition, in the middle of next month, an enforcement center will also be launched through video calls to insiders. "

Meanwhile, the GSS locating law will go up for a vote today in the plenum. Opposition members announced that they would be willing to support it, but in return demanded a full commitment from the coalition to support it.

Daniel Roth-Avnery participated in the preparation of the article

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Source: israelhayom

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