Daemon Singer has been involved with the Queensland Council for Civil Liberties for the past three years and has been an active board member for the last two years. Daemon's prime areas of interest revolve around issues including online privacy, identity fraud and theft, government intervention in things which are personal and maintaining a level of accountability among government departments and their minions.
Daemon's original interest in the EFA was sparked by the decision from Minister Conroy to not only monitor what everybody did but to keep the results of that monitoring for the future "just in case".
Daemon is a formally qualified IT consultant based in Brisbane providing client support via his own small business, and his hobbies revolve around reptiles. He joined the EFA Board at the 2012 AGM.