but I guarantee that if you have an Android or iOS smart phone, you're already be tracked WAY MORE than this app will do.
Remember the protests? Certain groups of police were able to use real time cell phone data to kettle protestors.
If you were going to protest, the advice was to leave your phone at home and write the number of a lawyer and your emergency contact number on your forearm with sharpie.
The rest of your post is also pretty spot on. I think the “ID” for bluetooth refreshes like every 6 hours or something.
From a tech perspective, it’s a pretty cool collaboration between competitors (Google and Apple).
Of course I have most of my credit cards loaded into my phone, so I’m sure Apple already has a ton of info on me.