Americans are outraged over reports that former secretary of state and presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton used her personal email address for official communication, in contravention of United States transparency and records-keeping laws. But why, when there were similar reports this week that Australian politicians were using encrypted messaging apps to communicate, was there no similar outrage?
Nothing to hide, nothing to fear? Turnbull’s secret messaging an insult to transparency
Encrypted messaging apps pose new problems for politicians, freedom of information laws and government transparency.