Australia will use a meeting this week to try and get the co-operation of its partners in the Five Eyes alliance to "thwart" the use of encryption by terrorists.
Speculation is rife that the terrorists who attacked multiple locations in Paris on Friday night, killing at least 129 people, may have communicated when planning and carrying out their attacks using Sony PlayStation 4 gaming consoles.
The chief of the Internet Society of Australia (ISOC-AU) has again criticised the federal government’s data retention legislation, raising concerns that the legislation risks “unintended consequences” that will hurt Internet users.
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