Internet Australia has raised serious privacy and security concerns about the Australian Government’s proposal to introduce a new cyber encryption law, warning the draft law seeks unprecedented expansion of powers to access citizen’s devices.
The communications and telecommunications industry has welcomed the Australian Government’s release for public consultation of the draft telecoms assistance and access bill – otherwise dubbed the Encryption Bill.
The Australian Greens appear to be unimpressed with the Federal Government's new cyber law, saying that it would "completely undermine the point of end-to-end encryption and the privacy of every single Australian’s personal information online".
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