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Telstra will store data that it is forced to retain under the government's new data retention regime within Australia, the telco has revealed.
The government’s data retention bill has successfully made it through the Senate, with the Coalition, Labor and the Palmer United Party’s Dio Wang voting for the legislation.
The crossbenchers have provided the "true opposition" to the government's proposed data retention regime, Greens Senator Scott Ludlam told a press conference earlier today.
The Australian Greens proposed several amendments to the data retention bill that they said address privacy and security gaps in the legislation.
Labor today joined with the Coalition to pass the government’s amended data retention legislation in the lower house.