Electronic Frontiers Australia has added its voice to the calls for a tightening of the rules allowing access to telecommunications metadata.
Marking the deadline for telecommunications and Internet service providers to comply with the Commonwealth Government's telecommunications metadata retention requirements, EFA and other online rights organisations have declared today to be ‘National Get a VPN Day’.
In January, Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA) sought Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's support for strong encryption and for his commitment to reject any law, policy or mandate that would undermine digital security.
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