Aug 15, 2014

IGIS, media flag concerns about national security reforms

Both the intelligence agency monitor and major media organisations have flagged concerns about the first set of national security reforms brought forward by the government.

Bernard Keane — Politics editor

Bernard Keane

Politics editor

The Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security has flagged concerns about the breadth of the government’s expansion of national security reform powers, including the possibility of foreign intelligence agencies being empowered to intercept the communications of Australians.


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2 thoughts on “IGIS, media flag concerns about national security reforms

  1. The Pav

    As the catholic church has damaged far more Australians than any terrorists I would be more impressed if the powers that seek to protect me actually addressed the real threats

  2. AR

    More grovelling to the Hegemon, so nice to be part of the Five AYES circle jerk.

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