May 292015
 May 29, 2015  Business, Laws, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Claire Reilly reports:

Technology pioneer Steve Wozniak has fired a missive at Australia’s data retention scheme, saying it is “unethical” and criticising the government for “snooping” into the lives of all Australians in order to apprehend criminals and terrorists.

The co-founder of Apple made the comments at the World Business Forum in Sydneyyesterday, joining a line-up of speakers including former chairman of the US Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke to discuss the future of global business.

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