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Oz Govt Pushes Ahead With ISP Customer Data Retention 67

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the security-through-rampant-privacy-violation dept.
angry tapir writes "The Australian federal government is pushing ahead with reforms that could see consumers' information kept on file for up to two years by ISPs. This could include the data retention of personal Internet browsing information which intelligence agencies could access in the event of criminal activities by individuals or organizations."
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Oz Govt Pushes Ahead With ISP Customer Data Retention

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