Jun 222011
 
 June 22, 2011  Laws, Non-U.S., Online, Surveillance

Simon Benson reports:

Spy agencies and federal and state police will be able to order phone companies to seize customers’ personal data even before a warrant is issued under controversial changes to cyber security laws to be introduced today.

The cyber crackdown comes as the country’s intelligence agencies revealed they detected 250,000 cases of hacking in the past six months alone in which the passwords, account details and personal information of Australians had been stolen.

Read more on Daily Telegraph.

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