Jul 162014
 July 16, 2014  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S., Surveillance

James Glenday reports:

Australia’s top spy is stepping up his push for controversial new surveillance laws which would see phone and internet companies keep details of their customers’ communications for up to two years.

Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) director-general David Irvine says “it’s just a basic building block of any investigation”.

The Government says the proposal is “under active consideration”, but it has not made a final decision.

Read more on ABC (AU).

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