The ability of Australia’s enforcement agencies to operate effectively in a digital environment where bad actors have increasingly employed encrypted communications to attempt to conceal their activities from authorities, has been identified by lobby group Communications Alliance as one of the key objectives to be considered in Federal Parliament’s review of amendments to the Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Act.
Information that Australian law enforcement authorities collate using the country's 2018 encryption laws will be freely available to their US counterparts under the provisions of a new law which is currently the subject of a parliamentary inquiry, a legal expert says.
Australians may not have learnt much from the on-again, off-again election campaign that began on 11 April, but one thing has been made abundantly clear: the technology sector in this country is made up of wimps who are afraid to make anything, even an encryption law which they claim could destroy their industry, into an election issue.
Alex, really good interview navigating the breadth of our current Covid norm and the scope of Zebra's technology path in[…]
Fletcher is continuing to reinforce his reputation of being an irrelevant twit who should be prosecuted for thieving oxygen.
i'm sure the merger may be ok... but you still have the lack of 5G issue.
Maybe he wants to make it out that it is 200,000 premises now.Watch this space, it may be 300,000 soon,[…]
and I am on ADSL2+ shaped (13Mb/s), not fair.Why am I shaped, who knows, I am writing to the Ombudsman[…]