Monthly Archives: January 2015

While it is perhaps unsurprising, the Attorney-General's latest attempt to use the Sydney siege and recent events in France as justifications for the government's mandatory data retention laws is as distasteful as it is misleading. It's difficult to know whether … Continue reading

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By Alex Schlotzer, Board Member – Electronic Frontiers Australia Right now the Government is proposing to introduce a mandatory, society-wide regime for the retention of communications data (‘metadata’) for two years. In the latest public hearing into the Government’s proposed … Continue reading

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