Digital developments from Canberra 32

It’s another short week, but we’ve seen news about robodebt, sovereign citizens, AI faking tax returns, enrolment for voting, digital rights, and more. And an influencer has been banned from giving financial advice.

Here are the digital developments from Canberra I’ve noticed since the previous edition on 6 April.

Please let me know if I’ve missed anything, or if there’s any specific items you’d like me to follow. Parliament is now on a break until Tuesday 9 May, which will be Budget Night. I’ll publish these posts whenever there’s enough to report.

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[Photo: Australian prime minister Anthony Albanese (Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images, digital processing by Stilgherrian).]