Australian Greens Senator Scott Ludlam is not resiling from his census day announcement that the Greens would introduce amendments when parliament returned "to ensure that people acting to protect their privacy in response to the census will not be fined, and to prevent the ABS from entrenching individual 'linkage keys' that track every citizen for their lifetime".
A former head of the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Bill McLennan, says the ABS has no authority to demand that people supply their names in the forthcoming census to be conducted in August.
The non-profit digital freedoms and rights group representing Internet users, Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA), has joined the throng of business and industry organisations lobbying the major political parties in the last hours of the federal election campaign.
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