Nick Corbishley is a British investigative journalist who lives in Spain. In Scanned he gives us a deep analysis of vaccine passports and all the digital surveillance that many of us are now subject to. He looks at what’s happening in many countries across the world, not just the UK and it’s pretty sobering reading. The potential for knowing what we are doing most of the time is vast and there’s a lot of potential for mistaken identity too. No one is doubting that the Covid passports can do a great deal of good, but they are also open to much abuse. The author underlines, with a lot of evidence to back him up, that this is another stage in the erosion of our privacy. It’s published by Chelsea Green who also brought out Dr Mercola’s Truth About Covid-19, and likewise this book carries copious pages of notes.
208pp, 215 x 135 mm, Paperback, 2022, RRP £12.99