Australia's proposed national facial recognition regime is too broad in its scope and will curtail the freedom of people who are merely going about their daily routines, the Human Rights Law Centre has told a parliamentary committee inquiring into the proposed law.
The Australian Labor Party has said it will wait to see the complete text of the Coalition Government's proposed law on increased identity checks at domestic airports before deciding whether to support it or not.
US politicians from both sides of the divide have reintroduced a bill into Congress that would prevent any government bid to mandate that backdoors be built into commercial software and hardware.
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I worked for ASD. They should NEVER be allowed to be let loose on Australians.