Controversial changes to laws aimed at controlling threats of spying, foreign interference and sabotage in the telecommunications sector have been passed by the Australian parliament.
When Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Attorney-General George Brandis get down to the nitty-gritty of formulating proposed changes to encryption laws which they have talked about, they might like to stop and consider one fact: most tech companies will bend over backwards if they have something to gain from it.
Apple has gone on the front foot as far as the passage of encryption laws in Australia goes, having already sent some of its people over in the last month to talk to government officials about the legislation.
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