The eSurveillance Proposal by Attorney-General's (AG) Department: What are the Potential Privacy Implications?

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Authors

Katina MichaelUniversity of Wollongong
Cathy BellABC National Radio

Abstract

Growing anger at plans to hold private phone and net data for up to two years, and to allow government more access to social media sites. APF response to AG proposal to keep internet data of every Australian for up to 2 years. What are the implications for granting intelligence agencies greater access to social media site data.

Suggested Citation

Katina Michael and Cathy Bell. "The eSurveillance Proposal by Attorney-General's (AG) Department: What are the Potential Privacy Implications?" National Morning Program on ABC NewsRadio Jul. 2012: 11.45-11.52am.