(Mick Tsikas/AAP Image via AP) Yesterday, RedState reported on South Australia’s insane new facial recognition app that will be used to make sure people are in the “right place.” People will be randomly challenged by a government message to pull out their phone and prove their whereabouts, having only 15 minutes to respond. It’s part of a litany of authoritarian, draconian COVID mitigation measures that have somehow come to fruition in what was once a free country.
But as if to make me feel silly for thinking it couldn’t get any worse, Australia set its beer down on the table and proceeded to jump off a cliff without a parachute while singing the Friday song.
In what is being spun as a way to combat “online abuse, a new measure to monitor social media accounts and “de-anonymize” the internet has been proposed by a parliamentary inquiry, and Scott Morrison’s government believes […]
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