(Anthony Galloway | Sidney Morning Herald) – Personal information collected by a new digital border pass for international travel will be passed on to the states and territories for contact tracing and other health reasons as the federal government looks to rely on the technology to remove a ban on Australians leaving the country. The Digital Passenger Declaration will apply to all travellers entering the country and will be introduced within months after international IT firm Accenture was awarded the tender, estimated to be about $75 million, to automate the process of entering the country. The DPD will replace the […]

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