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This article, by Luke Heemsbergen was originally published at The Interdisciplinary Internet Institute. It has been edited slightly to better address a domestic audience. See the original article. Data retention may well be a valuable resource to fight serious crime and terrorism, but it’s … Continue reading

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At the end of January, the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security (PJCIS) held two days of hearings into the government's data retention legislation (transcripts here and here). These hearings were at times a testy affair, with a number … Continue reading

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On 29th July 2014, EFA Executive Officer Jon Lawrence and Alex Vulkanovski from EFA's Policy & Research Standing Committee testified before the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs References Committee in relation to the Committee's Inquiry into the Comprehensive revision of the Telecommunications (Interception … Continue reading

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As we've done with previous federal polls, EFA has rated a selection of the parties contesting this Saturday's Western Australian half-Senate re-election. The Greens and the Pirate Party remain the stand-out choices for people concerned about digital rights, however the … Continue reading

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Greens Senator Scott Ludlam said today that he was humbled to receive Electronic Frontiers Australia’s inaugural Lifetime Achievement award for services to digital rights at their 20th anniversary celebrations tonight. Founded in January 1994 to protect and promote the civil … Continue reading

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