Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton says he wants the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security to deal with the government's encryption bill "as quickly as possible", and accused Labor Shadow Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus of delaying things and "making excuses and massaging bills down to lowest common denominator".
The Australian Labor Party has, predictably, slammed the Federal Government for avoiding any mention of what it calls "inconvenient metrics" in the NBN Co's first-quarter results which were announced on Monday.
A survey of 4039 Australians has found that nearly 85% of them are deeply worried by the Federal Government's proposed encryption bill, which was introduced in Parliament by Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton on 20 September.
There is a big difference between breaking the system and breaking into one person's account/device. In Australia the former is[…]
It is all an "Old Wives Tale" !
While you can only install apps such as Signal (messaging and voice/video calls) and WhatsApp (again messaging and voice/video calls)[…]
There would be no problem with demands to break encryption if it did not guarantee the integrity of every transaction[…]
If you agree that law enforcement authorities in the course of a LEGITIMATE investigation should have 'break and enter' power,[…]