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The telecom industry has disputed the notion that the government’s proposed data retention regime will not create significant additional costs for the industry.
ASIO breached laws governing telecommunications intercepts on nine occasions in the 12-month reporting period ended June 2014, according to a report released by the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security (IGIS).
An $88 million big data research and development centre has opened in Adelaide, South Australia to look at how defence/national security agencies can use big data to predict cyber and physical threats to Australia.
Telstra received about 40,000 requests for customer information from Australian government agencies in the second half of 2013, not counting national security requests, the telco has revealed.
Federal senators disagreed over the appropriate balance between national security and privacy laws in a debate at CeBIT today.
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