Oct 092014
 October 9, 2014  Posted by  Non-U.S.

Katharine Murphy reports:

The Abbott government intends to make telcos and internet companies store customers’ private data for two years – but industry players say the government has declined to mandate or even spell out any special security arrangements to ensure consumer privacy is protected.

iiNet has released a paper reflecting the consultations the company is having with the attorney general’s department about the mandatory data retention scheme the Abbott government is proposing as part of its tough counter-terrorism measures.

Read more on The Guardian.

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