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- Data retention: Labor and Coalition set for non-fight over bipartisan legislation
- Government still working on details of data retention funding
A government scheme to offset the cost to telcos of implementing their data retention obligations is still a work in progress.
Attorney-General George Brandis has condemned Labor after a motion at the party's conference called for a review of data retention laws.
Communications Alliance CEO John Stanton has called on the federal government to extend the deadline for ISPs to develop data retention implementation plans.
The government has indicated that guidelines for the grants program designed to help telco’s implement their data retention obligations are on their way, but will offer scant details on the precise timing of the scheme.
The Attorney-General's Department has warned Internet service providers they must start preparing to meet their new obligations under the data retention regime, but the government is yet to spell out some important details of how the policy will operate.
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