Electronic Frontiers Australia has called for warrants to be made mandatory in every case where the release of metadata, stored under the recently introduced laws, is sought.
Aussie digital rights lobby group Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA) has announced it's joining an international coalition in calling upon governments around the world to assess whether national surveillance laws and activities are in line with their international human rights obligations.
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