According to a local Adelaide media outlet, there is a push in the Australian parliament to pass a bill forcing Australians to register their identities to track their online activities.
"The Australian federal government is planning to de-anonymize the internet to introduce a social credit system to combat "online abuse" - police will have access to individuals' social media accounts, which will be linked to people's passports," chillingly states the original tweet.
"Essentially, it would work the same as a passport. Australians forced to submit 100 points of identification, like their drivers licence or passport, when using social media accounts like Facebook or Twitter."
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