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Government discusses proposals for ID checks to become requirement of creating social media account | Goulburn Post

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When John Venn first wrote about the different ways of representing propositions by diagrams in 1880, I am pretty certain that he didn’t have ID proof on social media at the forefront of his mind, but a Venn diagram of the current proposal before government shows what a difficult task faces them. In one corner we have a report that recommends a one-hundred-point ID check before being allowed to create a social media account. In the same way that we are not allowed to open a bank account without our ID being verified, adoption of this proposal would mean that every Australian resident would have to verify their ID before being allowed to participate in various social media channels. Governments love to keep everyone happy…



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