In an opinion piece today in the Sydney Morning Herald, Attorney-General, Robert McClelland, has defended the Cybercrime Bill against accusations that it will jeopardise people's privacy and that private information will not be securely managed.
The Australian Greens has called on the Government to fix what it claims are serious flaws in the proposed Cybercrime Bill before presenting it for debate, and has accused the Government of using security as an excuse to ride roughshod over civil liberties.
With NSW finally giving its 'in-principle' support to R18+ ratings for games after the recent SCAG meeting saw South Australia give its support and NSW end up as the new roadblock on the runway, but while it's now clear, gamers are still waiting.
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Deluded, arrogant and self indugent. Really bad at reading the room too.