Morrison refuses to ‘be drawn’ on making contact tracing app compulsory – Security – Software

Maria J. Danford

Key Minister Scott Morrison rang alarm bells Friday morning when he refused to “be drawn” into commenting on whether the Government would consider earning its prepared get hold of tracing app “compulsory” if voluntary get-up fell short.

Talking on Triple M Hobart radio, Morrison was pressed on the Government’s plans for finding the app onto people’s telephones.

“For this to function, we need a whole lot of persons to down load this app,” he said.

“Now, in Australia, my choice – my incredibly strong choice – is that we do it this way, with Australians [downloading] it by authorization. 

“If

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