Oct 182015
 
 October 18, 2015  Breaches, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Sarah Martin reports:

Australian spies have shared ­intelligence with foreign officials at least seven times without complying with privacy laws and in breach of government policies.

A report from the Inspector-General of Intelligence and ­Security, who oversees the country’s seven intelligence agencies, also found that Australia’s foreign spy agency “co-operated” with overseas officials without obtaining the necessary approval from the Foreign Minister to do so.

Read more on The Australian.

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