“It’s Really Quite Scary”: Digital Rights Watch
The Prime Minister and Home Affairs Minister are attempting to rush through the Telecommunication and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Bill, despite calls from cyber experts to respect democratic processes and give the Bill it’s proper consideration.
Today Oliver Peterson spoke to Digital Rights Watch spokesperson Tom Sulston about the Bill and why Scott Morrison and Peter Dutton should stop trying to coerce Parliament to rush through increased enforcement powers.
“The Bill as it stands is an absolutely enormous piece of legislation with very far reaching consequences and side effects far beyond its intent.”
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