EZFKA Prime Minister Scott Morrison has unveiled a new name for the Digital Identity scheme currently being planned for the nation.
‘Digital Identity’ will now be known as “I can’t believe it’s not a social credit score” as it is rolled out across the nation.
“We had a problem with the copyright for a social credit system with China and we didn’t want to annoy them, while we’re also standing up to them at the same time,” Morrison said.
“I mean, it will only create a giant centralised information hub that can ban you from society at the push of a button for saying something we don’t like online, but remember it’s total optional.”
The consultation period is currently open, with Morrison vowing to allow Australians a brief moment of catharsis before throwing all submissions into the bin.