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2014/07/24 09:55
2014/07/24 09:55
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Sending controversial sheikhs into prisons to deliver speeches and "re-teach" Islam is the only way to address the risk of radicalisation behind bars, Australia's first terrorism detainee...
2014/07/24 09:55
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2014/07/21 04:42
2014/07/21 04:42
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Australia’s top spy has strongly defended the nation’s surveillance framework, dismissing claims of mass snooping on the basis that that only “a few thousand” people come to the notice of the...
2014/07/21 04:10
2014/07/21 04:10
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With Australian Security Intelligence Organisation chief David Irvine this morning insisting to a Senate committee that data retention — under “active consideration” by the government — was crucial to...
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2014/07/17 02:26
2014/07/17 02:26
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ASIO boss David Irvine steps up push for controversial new surveillance laws Australia's top spy is stepping up his push for controversial new surveillance laws which would see phone and internet...
2014/07/16 12:43
2014/07/16 12:43
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Australian journalists could face prosecution and jail for reporting Snowden-style revelations about certain spy operations, in an “outrageous” expansion of the government’s national security powers,...
2014/07/16 09:35
2014/07/16 09:35
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Under legislation proposed by Attorney General George Brandis, employees of the clandestine Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) could face a decade in prison for removing classified...
2014/07/15 07:06
2014/07/15 07:06
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Australia's spy agency could get its hands on the home address and travel history of NSW commuters using the state's Opal card, a civil liberty group warns. The pay-as-you-go card, which can be used...
2014/07/11 17:55
2014/07/11 17:55
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The federal government is putting aside one of the national security reforms most keenly sought by spies and police, in which phone and internet providers have to keep customers' records for up to two...
2014/07/10 09:55
2014/07/10 09:55
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Intelligence agencies in Australia will receive an unexpected funding boost to counter what they see as a growing risk of terrorist attacks emanating from the Middle East. Intelligence agencies in...
2014/06/30 14:38
2014/06/30 14:38
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Australian national in Syria denies terror-funding Sydney, June 30 : An Australian Muslim in Syria has denied funding terrorism after his bank accounts were closed, media reported Monday. Sydney...
2014/06/30 13:26
2014/06/30 13:26
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Sydney sheikh Zouheir Issa accused of funding Australian jihadist leading militia in Syria conflict By Dylan Welch and Sean Rubensztein-Dunlop A Sydney sheikh has been accused of funding a central...
2014/06/27 02:19
2014/06/27 02:19
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Online civil liberties group Electronic Frontiers Australia will wait until Senator George Brandis unveils his raft of changes to the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation Act 1979 before...
2014/06/26 05:19
2014/06/26 05:19
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Attorney-General George Brandis has indicated that the federal government will seek to boost the powers of national security agencies such as ASIO. The changes potentially include recommendations from...
2014/06/24 09:42
2014/06/24 09:42
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Australia's top intelligence and security watchdogs have never asked to look at the plans that telephone and internet providers must have in place for intercepting Australians' phone calls and emails...
2014/06/23 20:56
2014/06/23 20:56
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Britain's watchdog on terrorism laws has urged the Abbott government to reconsider its controversial plan to abolish Australia's own independent monitor on national security legislation. Britain's...
2014/06/22 06:42
2014/06/22 06:42
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The foreign minister, Julie Bishop, has confirmed that an Australian jihadist, who is believed to be involved in the murder of Iraqi citizens, left Australia for the battlefield in Syria using his...
2014/07/24 09:55
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