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Australia will make it a crime to use coronavirus tracing data for non-health purposes

Reuters Friday, 24 April 2020
Australia will make it illegal for non-health officials to access data collected on smartphone software to trace the spread of the coronavirus, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Friday, amid privacy concerns raised by the measure.
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