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Data Retention Laws pass after last minute concessions


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www.dailytelegraph.com.au

March 19, 2015

Abbott and Shorten reach deal on metadata

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CONTROVERSIAL data retention laws have passed federal parliament’s lower house, but only after the government agreed to a last-minute concession protecting journalists.

MPs on Thursday approved legislation, which requires telecommunications firms to retain customer data for two years, after government amendments negotiated with Labor to secure its passage were finally detailed.

The laws will require spy agencies and police to obtain a warrant to access the metadata of journalists to identify their sources.

New law ... MPs have proved legislation which requires telecommunications firms to retain

New law … MPs have proved legislation which requires telecommunications firms to retain customer data for two years, after government amendments negotiated with Labor to secure its passage were finally detailed. Picture: News Corp Australia

No fear ... Minister for Communications Malcolm Turnbull said last minute changes to the

No fear … Minister for Communications Malcolm Turnbull said last minute changes to the controversial data retention bill were an important safeguard for journalists. Picture: News Corp Australia

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3 Comments on “Data Retention Laws pass after last minute concessions”

  1. info@avaloncreations.com.au
    March 20, 2015 at 8:26 am #

    This whole issue is a furphy! First up, what about the citizens’ that are the true Gubbernment and and and and and and and f%^$# it it’s pointless, the entire

    game is rigged and we have nothing left but to walk away. GAME OVER!!!!

    I will now look to leave all of this behind until the beast is destroyed. On sale all possessions businesses etc etc, all must go and then my family and I go and

    being a fifth generations Australian turned out to be a fake passport to a fake country just like the rest of the crown slave states.

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  2. March 22, 2015 at 3:05 pm #

    Surprise, Surprise. Was there any doubt this would occur? Let’s all shift to another reality!

  3. John
    March 23, 2015 at 4:19 pm #

    Not long now folks and all this BS will be over. Collapsing oil prices are a very very bad sign that SHTF time has commenced. The limits to growth were breached years ago. Now it’s reality check time. As for data retention laws. LOL. I use a VPN with 256bit encryption. I assumed all journos used VPN.

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