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Submission + - Creeping Government Surveillance Now Without Warrants [Link Fixed] (theage.com.au)

CuteSteveJobs writes: The Age reports on creeping Australian government surveillance, beginning with the first operation launched on a baseless rumour. Six decades later the still-unaware victim read five months of transcripts with deep distress. Two decades ago few Australians would have consented to carrying a government-accessible tracking device, but phone and tablet data accessible without a warrant includes historic and real-time location data. In 2010-2011 there were 250,000 warrantless accesses by Federal agencies including ASIO, AFP, the Tax Office, Defence, Immigration, Citizenship, Health, Ageing, and Medicare. This is 18 times the rate of similar requests in the US.
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Creeping Government Surveillance Now Without Warrants [Link Fixed]

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