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The West’s Iron Ore Curtain and its electronic Stasi

14 June 2021

4:00 AM

14 June 2021

4:00 AM

Have you tried to travel interstate to Western Australia lately? If so, you would have been required to apply for a G2G PASSdesigned by Genvis Pty Ltd, an Australian company “specialising in cloud-based programs, data science and artificial intelligence.” A G2G Pass is the functional equivalent of a travel passport 

Even a perfunctory examination of the G2G websitethe G2G application form, Genvis’s G2G PASS Privacy Policy (last updated on April 17, 2020)Genvis’s general Privacy Policy (last updated May 6, 2021), reveals the existence of inconsistencies and contradictions between these documents. 

This opinion piece, in focussing on these contradictions and inconsistencies, seeks to inform its readers of the invasive nature of the application process, which impedes the freedom of movement traditionally associated with living in Australia and equally importantly, potentially violates the privacy rights...

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