Encryption access laws require proper scrutiny

Mon Dec 03 2018
Law reform and public affairs

The Law Council has today called on the Australian Parliament to not rush consideration of complex and unprecedented encryption access laws. President-elect Arthur Moses SC warned that legislation impacting on the privacy and rights of Australians should be scrutinised carefully and called for parliament to act with "caution, moderation and restraint". View the media release here.

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