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Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott wants the government's proposed mandatory data-retention scheme passed into law this week.
At this year's MWC, mobile execs mull how best to balance consumers' right to privacy with the industry's hunger for data.
The Australian government is taking on all 39 recommendations made by the parliamentary committee reviewing its controversial data-retention Bill.
If MPs can't even be bothered to learn about the work tools they use every day, what hope is there for intelligent debate on mandatory data retention?
The next evolution of the internet will embed sensors into nearly everything around us. Dealing with the privacy and security implications of that will be one of the biggest challenges of the next century.
Security and privacy were top issues in 2014, and so Tech Pro Research conducted a survey to find out what companies are planning for 2015. Now more than ever, security and privacy protections are of paramount...
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Uber said it is notifying impacted drivers now, but it hasn't seen the compromised data actually misused yet.
The Joint Parliamentary Committee on Intelligence and Security has recommended that parliament pass data-retention legislation.
Forget about net neutrality and balkanisation; Lenovo's Superfish idiocy proves that we already have a dual-class internet -- and most of us are proles.
MPs of the Australian Labor Party are expected to vote for mandatory data-retention legislation when it is debated in parliament in March.
CloudFlare has gone beyond offering free SSL to millions of websites and is now deploying a new level of encryption by default.
No search result is a passive reproduction of data from a "public domain". Google makes the public domain public. Search underpins a massive profit-making machine.
Belgian academics find that Facebook's aversion to opt-in settings could mean its new data policy contravenes European legislation on a number of fronts.
Problems still plague exchanging information amongst Australia's counter-terrorism authorities, the government's review of counter-terrorism arrangements has said.
Policymaking should be about evidence-based improvement, not just leaving swathes of destruction around you. Yet, as the Coalition tries to ramrod data retention into existence, the real costs of policy self-obsession are once again becoming clear.
As Australia's PM ramps up his push for the passing of the government's mandatory data-retention Bill, AFP assistant commissioner Tim Morris has said that the agency cannot support the right to anonymity where it may lead to unlawful activity.