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Matthew Rimmer Dec 2
The ALP belatedly discovers that it is very difficult to post-facto fix the anti-encryption laws, which it helped pass in a flustered backdown
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Pascal Feb 9
I'm pleased Labor is trying to fix the . But they should never have voted for it in the first place.
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Vanessa Teague Mar 3
When and I tried to explain to PJCIS that the would undermine everyone's security, made a point of ignoring us. Now that it's his own personal data, he apparently wishes secure authentication and encryption had been in place to protect it.
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Nathan Lee Jan 28
How much is a bunch of fairly pointless political class wankery going to cost us? They should be passing bills transitioning away from fossil fuels, holding corrupt ministers accountable, federal ICAC, rolling back (now a year past promised "review"), sacking the PM etc.
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Lucie Krahulcova Feb 17
In a wild plot twist the INSLM has actually published the TOLA public hearing details on their website! You can tune in this THURSDAY and FRIDAY: (bottom of page)
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Shaun Jan 14
Hi to all the lovely and nice people who have started following me in the last week. I usually post about Australian progressive politics (I hate Morrison, but am not partisan), IT (let me tell you about ) & the environment (because the next generation deserve it) so 1/n
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Justin Warren ⬡ Feb 9
Maybe don't vote in favour of stupid laws you think are broken? Just a thought.
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Ben Rubinstein Dec 21
Alarming but not surprising. is of little natsec value while harming privacy and economic viability
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FRACT ✊ Your Right To Know ! Feb 19
Replying to @jpwarren @David_Speers
That was the same sales pitch for ...which they passed! “Minister for Law Enforcement and Cyber Security Angus Taylor said technologies including encryption are increasingly being used by paedophiles, terrorists and organised criminals...”
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Matthew Wakefield Dec 5
And here in a short and simple tweet replying to ‘zero day or government mandated back door?’ is how the is destroying Australia’s software industry
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Tracey Hoolachan Feb 17
Why can't there be a citizen driven mandate? It's time for citizens to demand of future political candidates whatever Party put on their www an elected mandate of what we want not Parties - - protections - - & 2015 Metadata scrapped
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Leanne O'Donnell Dec 15
Replying to @MsLods
INSLM & PJCIS reviews of Assistance & Access legislation + ALP amendment bill:
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Denise Shrivell Nov 6
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Noely ⚡️🏐 Nov 25
To the absolute surprise of no-one who was even paying the slightest attention 🙄 the list goes on... Every single IT related initiative by Govt is a clusterfrack, never scrutinised prior SIGH!
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Nuong Faalong Jan 27
Progress!! Number one on the agenda. We see it and we are monitoring. We recognize this move but above all we will recognize an actual passage of the bill. This is not the first time the bill has made it onto the agenda.
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itgrrl Feb 3
“The controversial anti- powers have not been used once to fight , despite government using this as the justification to rush the legislation through Parliament a year ago.”
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Richard Chirgwin Dec 2
Warned by so many of us, but the appealed to the authoritarian impulse, so the ALP *chose* to believe. Mugs.
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Matthew Rimmer Dec 2
Replying to @DrRimmer
The ALP still seem to be occupying a complicated half-hearted position on the . Surely, it would be more straightforward to say - We were wrong. The legislation should be repealed.
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Nathan Mark Dec 16
Why we don’t need the Assistance and Access Bill | Information Age | ACS
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Mark Nottingham Feb 17
The first Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act annual report that includes "Industry Assistance" figures is out, finally; 7 TARs from AFP and NSW Police (pg 74).
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