Bernard Keane May 2, 2017 6 Comments
The Australian Federal Police's casual dismissal of a serious breach of data retention laws is appropriate given the way those laws were passed.
Josh Taylor April 20, 2017 3 Comments
Ditching controversial plans to allow metadata to be accessed in civil suits is part of a longer game for more power by Attorney-General George Brandis.
Crikey March 3, 2017 1 Comment
Why did Rudd intervene so strongly in the Israel-Palestine debate? ... govt spying data still secret ... Charles Blackman too rude for Facebook ...
Bernard Keane March 1, 2017 6 Comments
Now that we know ASIO has pursued journalists' sources using data retention laws, did George Brandis comply with his own law requiring him to tell a parliamentary committee about it?
Crikey February 23, 2017 1 Comment
One concerned constituent has written to her local Senator, Eric Abetz, about the matter of data storage under the mandatory data retention regime.
Crikey February 23, 2017 7 Comments
Sniping and undermining ... Milo's last friend ... no one likes Henry ...
Bernard Keane February 16, 2017 8 Comments
Where is your personal data stored under the government's data retention regime? The government admits it has no idea -- and that's not about to change.
Michael Bradley January 24, 2017 3 Comments
Because it's probably going to happen.
Crikey December 21, 2016 3 Comments
Metadata inquiry ... whither the Labor Herald ... has Sky boned Chris Kennny? ...
Bernard Keane November 17, 2016 6 Comments
Revelations of trafficking of Australians' metadata illustrate that data retention -- which has no benefits for law enforcement -- is a serious threat to Australians.