Jul 252015
 July 25, 2015  Laws, Non-U.S., Online

Hannah Francis reports:

Labor will review its support for the government’s controversial data retention legislation just four months after it helped pass it into law, as ongoing internal ructions over the issue resurfaced at the party’s national conference.


An amendment to review Labor’s policy on data retention passed the conference floor on Friday, citing concerns over the range of government agencies able to access citizens’ metadata without a warrant, and concerns about journalists’ protection of sources.

Read more on The Age.

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