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Possible incentives to get people on COVIDSafe

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The Federal Government’s COVIDSafe app was launched over the weekend. 

The app, which will track users with Bluetooth technology, was designed to make contact tracing easier for authorities in their efforts to contain the outbreak, but some are concerned for their privacy. 

Sam Mills spoke with Associate Professor Joshua Miller about incentives that the government could use if support for the app

Guests

Associate Professor Joshua Miller, University of Melbourne: Business and Economics

Contributors

Sam Mills

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