Should Australians be in charge of their own cyber security?

Crikey readers respond to the need for digital privacy laws in Australia.

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Crikey readers have gone into bat for both sides of the digital security debate as raised by Bernard Keane, some calling for the strengthening of laws while others suggested a link to Australia's nanny-state tendencies. Meanwhile, debate around the wisdom of allowing Chinese telecom Huawei to run Australian mobile networks provoked familiar questions about the company's intentions, and about the role it already plays in Australia.


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