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Mar 28th, 2024 at 12:58pm
 
https://www.theepochtimes.com/world/senate-passes-australias-national-digital-id...


The Digital ID Bill 2023 has passed the Australian Senate with 33 members voting yes and 26 against.

Multiple senators took to social media on March 27 to complain that
the legislation was rushed through the Parliament without debate.


Finance and Government Services Minister Katy Gallagher introduced amendments to the original legislation following a Senate Committee inquiry and consultation.

This will mean private businesses will now be able to apply to join the Australian government’s digital ID system within two years of royal assent.
The bill (pdf) establishes a national digital ID system and creates the framework for a centralised platform for Australians to verify their identity online.

Senators from the centre-right Liberal Party, United Australia Party, and nationalist One Nation opposed the bill, while Labor, Greens, the Jacqui Lambie Network, and former Liberal-turned-independent David Van voted for it.
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Reply #1 - Mar 28th, 2024 at 1:00pm
 
https://dailydeclaration.org.au/2024/03/28/digital-id-bill/?utm_source=mailpoet&...


Labor’s Digital ID Bill Forced Through Senate Without Debate



Kurt Mahlburg

28 March 2024

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The Albanese Government’s Digital ID Bill, which has sparked concerns about government abuse and overreach, was pushed through the senate without debate by a Labor-Greens alliance on Wednesday.

Labor and Greens senators teamed up late Wednesday afternoon to ensure the Albanese Government’s controversial Digital ID Bill was forced through the nation’s House of Review without review.

A vote to debate the legislation tied 33 apiece, preventing senators from asking any questions about the proposal. Subsequently, the Bill itself went to a vote and sailed through parliament with 33 ayes from an alliance of Labor, Greens, Jacqui Lambie Network and independent senators.

The Coalition, One Nation and the United Australia Party’s collective 26 votes were not enough to halt the passage of the Bill, which stands as one of around 90 pieces of legislation to be shoehorned through the senate without discussion under the Albanese Government.

The Bill has enjoyed widespread support from Australia’s political and corporate elites. A fast-tracked inquiry gave Australians just one month to make submissions, and though the report noted that “most individuals who made submissions to the inquiry opposed the bills either fully or in part,” the Senate Economics Legislation Committee recommended it be passed.

One of the Bill’s vocal supporters was former Privacy Commissioner Malcolm Crompton, who just one month ago assured Australians that the senate would give the legislation proper scrutiny.

“It will be given a hard time in the Senate, which is a good thing because then we should be able to straighten out any of the weaknesses that are in the Bill,” he told A Current Affair in February.
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Reply #2 - Mar 28th, 2024 at 1:00pm
 
It's the mark of the beast followed by more compulsory vaccinations which of course will be rubber stamped by the same crooks that the idiots keep voting in Sad
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Reply #3 - Mar 28th, 2024 at 1:00pm
 
Oh, go0ddie - that'll make things easy for the chinkers....
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Reply #4 - Mar 28th, 2024 at 1:02pm
 
The traitors pass bills and close down debate.

If they are scared of looking bad in the debate they close it down.

The politicians are traitors to the people.
We need to put them on trial in a people's court
with a gallows waiting outside parliament
and broadcast on live prime time TV in 4K video
with closeups and action slow motion replays.



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Reply #5 - Mar 28th, 2024 at 1:07pm
 
Sir lastnail wrote on Mar 28th, 2024 at 1:00pm:
It's the mark of the beast followed by more compulsory vaccinations which of course
will be rubber stamped by the same crooks that the idiots keep voting in Sad


The average person is too busy working to feed their family to see it.
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Reply #6 - Mar 28th, 2024 at 1:10pm
 
Exposed: The Truth Behind Australia's Rushed Digital ID Law -

A Step Towards Totalitarian Control


Pauline Hanson's Please Explain







Mar 27, 2024
One Nation opposes digital ID.

Labor and its allies have rushed nine laws through the Senate today with no debate or scrutiny.

One of them has horrifying consequences for our future and our freedom: the digital ID law.

This law is designed to control the Australian people.

It’s a step towards the ‘15-minute cities’ already being imposed in the United Kingdom – heavily penalising anyone trying to travel outside their community.

This is a secretive international effort to establish a one-world government with no freedom and no capacity for dissent.

Let’s never forget how easily Australian governments imposed restrictions on us during the pandemic – we couldn’t go anywhere without a digital vaccination certificate.

Our freedom of speech was suppressed by governments and big tech.

Digital ID is the first step towards these restrictions being imposed on us permanently.


A couple of years ago, because I was a Senator, I was not allowed to exchange Australian currency for Euros or British pounds.

UK political leader Nigel Farage had his bank account closed because activists disagreed with his views – he was ‘de-banked’.

All of your digital data will be owned by governments – you’ll have no physical proof you own anything, including your home.

We’ve seen how insecure this data always is – there have been nine breaches of Australians’ personal data in March 2024 alone.

Your new oppressors will tell you digital ID is in your best interests, that it will make things easier, that it will protect you from bad people.

And all it will cost is your freedom and right to privacy.

As Klaus Schwab told us: “You’ll own nothing and be happy.”

We are sheep being led to slaughter.
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Reply #7 - Mar 28th, 2024 at 1:19pm
 
Everything is moving online. Deal with it
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Our esteemed leader:
I hope that bitch who was running their brothels for them gets raped with a cactus.
 
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Reply #8 - Mar 28th, 2024 at 1:22pm
 
John Smith wrote on Mar 28th, 2024 at 1:19pm:
Everything is moving online. Deal with it


That's not the point dopey -

why shut down the debate and ram the legislation through?




Labor and Greens senators teamed up late Wednesday afternoon to ensure the Albanese Government’s controversial Digital ID Bill was forced through the nation’s House of Review without review.
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Reply #9 - Mar 28th, 2024 at 1:32pm
 
John Smith wrote on Mar 28th, 2024 at 1:19pm:
Everything is moving online. Deal with it



you wont be so happy when the digital ID allows some future conservative government to see everything you have posted and shuts down your credit card

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Reply #10 - Mar 28th, 2024 at 1:42pm
 
Senator Malcolm Roberts opposes the Digital ID Bill



Mar 28, 2024

Senator Malcolm Roberts has opposed the Digital ID bill.
Unfortunately this Bill has been rammed through the Senate without a word of debate,
thanks to Labor, Greens and David Van.





As much as the Government attempts to downplay the importance of introducing a single central digital identifier for all Australians, the truth is that this legislation is the most significant I've encountered during my time in the Senate.

It's the glue that holds together the digital control agenda by which every Australian will be controlled, corralled, exploited and then gagged when they speak or act in opposition.

The government knows Digital ID will be compulsory by the device of preventing access to government services, banking services, air travel and major purchases for any Australian who does not have a Digital ID.

The Digital ID will, in effect, create a live data file of your movements, purchases, accounts and associates containing reference to every piece of data being held in the private and government sector as a first step in a wider agenda. Tech giants have been building huge data files on every Australian for years.

Those huge data files that contain every website you visited, every post you made on their social media, everything you have ever bought online.  Keywords scanned from conversations overheard by Siri and Alexa in your home are now unmasked.

Until now, that data was anonymised using a unique identifier rather than name and address, which has always been there as well.  However, tech companies were not allowed to use it or share data with others that included the person's name and address.  Until Now.

Look for the tech giants to ask for your Digital ID as a requirement of using their service. The point of that exercise is to ensure they put the right name on the right data treasure trove.

This is why the Liberal Party have moved amendments to the Digital ID Bill to bring private corporations into this roll out earlier.  All those treasure troves of data worth billions, trillions, that have been accumulated for years illegally, by retailers, tech and data companies - all that unrealised profit just sitting there has been too much of a temptation for the Liberal Nationals to resist and is now joined with Labor in pushing Digital ID.

There will be no escape from the digital ID.

Australians now have a digital version of "papers please" and Australians will never be the same.
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Reply #11 - Mar 28th, 2024 at 2:02pm
 
Bobby. wrote on Mar 28th, 2024 at 1:22pm:
John Smith wrote on Mar 28th, 2024 at 1:19pm:
Everything is moving online. Deal with it


That's not the point dopey -

why shut down the debate and ram the legislation through?




Labor and Greens senators teamed up late Wednesday afternoon to ensure the Albanese Government’s controversial Digital ID Bill was forced through the nation’s House of Review without review.



They've had the bill for ages goober. At some point, you have to stop pretending and just go ahead with it.
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Reply #12 - Mar 28th, 2024 at 2:12pm
 
John Smith wrote on Mar 28th, 2024 at 2:02pm:
Bobby. wrote on Mar 28th, 2024 at 1:22pm:
John Smith wrote on Mar 28th, 2024 at 1:19pm:
Everything is moving online. Deal with it


That's not the point dopey -

why shut down the debate and ram the legislation through?




Labor and Greens senators teamed up late Wednesday afternoon to ensure the Albanese Government’s controversial Digital ID Bill was forced through the nation’s House of Review without review.



They've had the bill for ages goober. At some point, you have to stop pretending and just go ahead with it.



Don't call me goober -
have some respect you dopey bum and pay some taxes.

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Reply #13 - Mar 28th, 2024 at 2:20pm
 
Goober or Booby is a perfect name for you. Troll would also fit you.
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Reply #14 - Mar 28th, 2024 at 2:30pm
 
The Govt. makes their case here -
but who asked them to do it?
Did anyone here?


https://www.digitalidentity.gov.au/digital-id-bill


Legislation will enable the Commonwealth to partner with states,
territories and the private sector to create a better Digital ID experience for all Australians.

Legislation will:

    strengthen the existing voluntary Digital ID accreditation scheme
    provide legislation authority for the Australian Government's Digital ID System to expand
    strengthen privacy and consumer protections
    strengthen governance for Digital ID.


This legislation will ensure that providers of Digital IDs will be governed by legislation and
designed with privacy in mind so

Australians can trust their information is safe and secure.
     Grin


https://www.webberinsurance.com.au/data-breaches-list

The Complete List of Data Breaches In Australia For 2018 – 2024
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