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The Guardian reports on a bill being considered that would require patrons of venues in Sydney’s Kings Cross to have their identity scanned and stored to monitor and enforce entrance bans on individuals who have committed serious crimes. The legislation would enforce ID scanning at 35 “high risk” venues and would collect names, dates of birth, addresses and photographs. Australia Privacy Foundation’s Roger Clarke said, “The measure doesn’t only affect the targeted individuals, it represents a serious imposition on all patrons of the venues that the government brings within its scope.”
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