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 Federal Government's draft encryption bill could seriously damage Australia’s — and international — cyber security and, would act contrary to its stated aim of increasing security for Australians, a submission jointly made by the telco industry body Communications Alliance, the Australian Information Industry Association and the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association claims.
The Communications Alliance, which represents the entire telecommunications industry in Australia, has signalled that it intends to lead a charge to have the Government's proposed anti-encryption bill quashed.
Yes they were busy implementing their hackable , interceptable high latency, packet dropping crap during the lockdowns. Which is no[…]
This was expected outcomes. Stealing the backhaul for utter exploitable hackable crap purely designed for handshaking interception and spying. Actual[…]
congestion free ? not noise free ! SCAM. More Krack exploits on the way for this snake oil. Ethernet works.
How high are the hills?Another publicity effort from the NBN diversion team?
I wonder how many drop-outs it gets?