Monthly Archives: October 2014

We don’t need a Federal ICAC

But we do need to store all your metadata for two years. Honest. Would we lie to you?

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Seemed appropriate.

Considering Hugo Weaving played V. Someone said to me today, They can have my metadata when I can see all of big business’. To which I added, and that of Parliamentarians. But there’s a problem with that. The issue with … Continue reading

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#StopDataRetention

Ladies, Gentlemen and variations thereupon, I present the leader of the Opposition, Senator Scott Ludlam. I could go into all sorts of arguments about having curtains in windows or putting on pants before you leave the house… But you know … Continue reading

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Andrew Wilkie responds to the Brandis Stasi laws.

This is incredible. It was bad enough that the security legislation would gag the media and allow for whistle blowers to be disappeared. But permitting a spy agency to run around kicking doors in with no oversight, no police accompaniment … Continue reading

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