The measures in the mini budget for the government to take over orphan super and bank accounts is brilliant and should have been done years ago.
The short story is that super accounts with up to $2000 and that havn't been active for one year will now be sent to the ATO. This means that the super companies can't do their normal stunt of withdrawing hundreds of dollars of fees a year until there is nothing left. (Only happened to 3 small super accounts I had...)
People don't lose their super. When they go hunting for it it is still in their name and they score interest on the balance and havn't had a relentless cycle of fees deducted
Watch the insurance companies and banks scream on this measure. This was just money for jam.