US deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein has used a speech at the US Naval Academy to launch an attack on what he described as “warrant-proof” encryption.
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The federal government will seek to have state and territory governments hand over photographs of all licensed drivers for use in a national facial recognition.
Drug-related investigations are by far the most common reason for law-enforcement organisations to access information covered by Australia’s data retention regime.
The government has released guidelines for Commonwealth agencies that employ Section 313(3) of the Telecommunications Act to request ISPs’ assistance to disrupt illegal online services.
Attorney-General George Brandis will this week meet with Apple to discuss the federal government’s move to boost the ability of law enforcement agencies to intercept encrypted communications.
They sometimes call national security the third rail of politics. Touch it and, politically, you're dead.
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