Feb 272014
 February 27, 2014  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Richard Chirgwin reports:

The Australian Federal Police is renewing its push to sweep up as much telecommunications metadata as is humanly possible, as a Senate Committee conducts a review into telecommunications interception legislation.

Metadata collection on a mass scale remains as controversial a topic under this government as it was under the prior government, and the AFP is just as keen as ever to get the government to adopt a telecommunications data retention regime.

Read more on The Register.

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