At the moment if you return home from overseas or a virus "hotspot" you need to self-isolate in a medihotel for 14 (?) days at your own expense. The app, currently being tested and opt-in, will let you self-isolate at home. No big deal.
Our military isn't like yours in the US so we don't have soldiers with guns patrolling the streets, think of it more like your National Guard, who get called out for things like natural disasters.
Here in South Australia it's been tight a couple of times but we've had 891 cases and 4 deaths so I reckon we're doing it right.
It's a bit like MPAA vs iiNet - go after the smaller one in the hope that it carries on to the bigger ones. One hope - the current Government is a bit on the nose at the moment. Let's hope that this doesn't sneak under the radar.
Well, it's the Interpol list, not the government's, so not their fault if other things are blocked.
Anyway, can't Interpol block them? Why is it up to individual countries to try and force laws like we could have had?
Obviously the 1997 Act is good enough, but why do ISP's need reminding?
I agree with most of your points, AC. The ratio of 'useful' to 'crap' is getting out of hand and only going to get worse. I can make up my own mind given accurate data but GIGO and the garbage is growing.