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December 3, 2014 by SouthLabs

Telcos and law enforcement split over data-retention period

Telecommunications companies have argued that the period of mandatory data-retention in Australia should be less than two years, while law-enforcement agencies have indicated that they would like the data retained for as long as possible.

3 days ago

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November 17, 2014 by SouthLabs

Government surveillance requests to Telstra rise

As the Australian government looks to force telcos to retain customer data for law-enforcement investigations, the number of requests for customer data that Telstra is receiving from Australian law-enforcement agencies has risen in the last six months.

August 31, 2014

It's time that 'metadata' met an end

Mandatory data retention is back on the political agenda, and Australian law enforcement agencies are presenting a new round of ambit claims. Watch out, meanings are being twisted.

March 19, 2014

Yes, U.S. authorities can spy on EU cloud data. Here's how

EU citizens and businesses are warned against using the cloud over the risk that U.S. law enforcement and intelligence agencies can obtain your personal records. Here's how the U.S. can acquire your data, even if you're based in the EU.

February 1, 2013

U.K. Web, email snooping draft law dead, at least for now

After a critical U.K. parliamentary committee report into the U.K.'s draft Communications Data Bill, which would see Web, email and call data collected for law enforcement purposes, the U.K. government will now substantially amend the bill.

December 11, 2012

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