The Australian Federal Police says it is in the process of issuing technical assistance requests under the recently passed federal encryption law, and is discussing with the communications providers concerned what kind of assistance should be offered to them after the orders are issued.
The debate over the Federal Government's recently passed encryption law is dead serious for the most part, but Melbourne University academics Dr Chris Culnane and Associate Professor Vanessa Teague found something to laugh at in the way the legislation has defined the word "computer".
The Australian Greens have asked Prime Minister Scott Morrison to provide data on the potential security threats that were identified and foiled over the Christmas break as a result of rushing the government's encryption law through Parliament.
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