https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...estrictions-lifted-sooner-thanks-new-app.html “Australia's leaders will discuss lifting coronavirus restrictions for the first time TODAY - as country is told an app that monitors your every move could hold the key to a return to normal life” “The TraceTogether application is currently being used in Singapore to help track the spread of the disease. Australia has been given the code to develop the surveillance software and it is expected to be rolled out within the next fortnight. TraceTogether uses Bluetooth to detect other users in close proximity, with encounters stored on a person's phone. They then have to share the records with authorities when asked to be part of a tracing investigation. 'We're very keen to use it and use it perhaps even more extensively than Singapore,' Dr Murphy told a New Zealand parliamentary hearing” First they say it’s optional. Then, maybe not so much.