ANALYSIS The Australian Government has left open the door for enforcement agencies to use specific cracks to gain access to encrypted communications on specific devices, given the language it has used in a draft of a new cyber law.
Individuals who disclose information about any of the three classes of notice to technology or Internet companies, seeking co-operation over an investigation, can be jailed for five years, under a new draft law unveiled on Tuesday.
Telecommunications and Internet companies and makers of digital devices will face fines of up to $10 million if they do not help law enforcement agencies gain access to data needed for investigating terrorism offences, according to a new draft law revealed on Tuesday. Individuals will face fines of up to $50,000.
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It's a mess, sadly. Will Assange ever be free?