Big telcos Telstra and Optus have focused on how the Federal Government's encryption bill would affect their businesses in their submissions made to the public consultation on the draft bill, rather than the wider ramifications of the legislation.
A group of privacy and rights organisations have called on Australian politicians to reject the encryption bill which was introduced into Parliament last week, as it creates insecurity by design which will get in the way of Australian companies who seek to do business in European markets.
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.
Excellent reporting and journalistic integrity as usual Sam, thank you.The way this article was written is precisely what is needed[…]
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No kidding. All copper and wireless uses fibre. It is no brainer to remove that junk from the equation.
Where is The Australian government in this? It should be busting a gut to bring an Australian citizen home.
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