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2014/10/22 01:46
2014/10/22 01:46
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ASIO accidentally spied on itself. Photo: Jessica Hromas How to spook a spy: spy on your own spooks. Spying on their own is exactly what Australia's domestic spy agency did. The Australian Security...
2014/10/22 01:46
2014/10/22 01:46
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2014/10/21 23:28
2014/10/21 23:28
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This is the publicly available version of the classified Australian Security Intelligence Organisation Annual Report, which provides insight into ASIO’s outcomes and activities. The ASIO Report to...
2014/10/20 14:26
2014/10/20 14:26
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Australian Government, private sector face increased risk from foreign hackers: ASIO report Australia faces an increased risk from foreign governments trying to steal electronic information, the...
2014/10/19 23:28
2014/10/19 23:28
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Democracy allows the community to choose its leaders and entrusts them with a sacred responsibility to protect our fundamental human values. Irrespective of their political orientation the community...
2014/10/17 08:12
2014/10/17 08:12
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WA Senator Scott Ludlam has labelled Attorney-General George Brandis “weak” and told Australians not to trust the government and law enforcement agencies. Western Australia senator Scott Ludlam has...
2014/10/17 05:28
2014/10/17 05:28
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This report recommend the Federal government make substantial changes to one of its proposed sets of national secuirty legislation, the Counter-Terrorism Legislation Amendment (Foreign Fighters) Bill...
2014/10/17 01:12
2014/10/17 01:12
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The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (Asio) inadvertently spied on its own employees, in one of a series of surveillance breaches in the past 12 months, compiled by Australia’s...
2014/10/16 13:05
2014/10/16 13:05
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ASIO accidentally spied on itself How to spook a spy: spy on your own spooks. Spying on their own is exactly what Australia's domestic spy agency did. The Australian Security Intelligence...
2014/10/16 08:42
2014/10/16 08:42
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Counter-terrorism laws need to be passed quickly by Canberra to contain the jihadist threat and avoid the need for more draconian measures in future, a former independent reviewer of Australia's spy...
2014/10/15 14:42
2014/10/15 14:42
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Muslim groups, lawyers, Amnesty International and Civil Liberties Australia have united to urge the federal government to delay passing its latest anti-terror law. Muslim groups, lawyers, Amnesty...
2014/10/14 02:52
2014/10/14 02:52
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Australia's intelligence services watchdog has kicked off a recruitment effort to help it to monitor the broad new powers of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation. The Inspector-General...
2014/10/14 02:12
2014/10/14 02:12
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Australia’s attorney general has defended new laws criminalising reporting about special intelligence operations, hitting back at criticisms from the “usual suspects of the paranoid fantasist left”...
2014/10/11 14:12
2014/10/11 14:12
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Lawyers have accused the Abbott Government of "shredding the separation of powers" with new anti-terror laws it will rush through Parliament by the end of the month. Lawyers have accused the Abbott...
2014/10/10 19:16
2014/10/10 19:16
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National minister Chris Finlayson's world has become a little more 007 with his anointment as Minister for Spies, but his first love remains the Treaty of Waitangi settlements - a process he has made...
2014/10/08 22:16
2014/10/08 22:16
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Governments, including our own, want new powers to bludgeon anyone they don’t like into submission. It seems likely that legislation to stop the Nicky Hagers of the world will appear. Photo / Mark...
2014/10/08 10:34
2014/10/08 10:34
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IF the head of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation was actually a Russian spy, would the Australian people have a right to know? I know it sounds far-fetched. But I’m sure that’s what...
2014/10/08 08:19
2014/10/08 08:19
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JENNY Brockie from SBS’ Insight program conducted a revealing episode on Muslims last Tuesday, even managing to have a young ISIS member as part of the audience. JENNY Brockie from SBS’ Insight...
2014/10/07 23:42
2014/10/07 23:42
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A man arrested in the recent New South Wales counter-terrorism raids was placed under a controversial preventative detention order after he exercised his right to silence, raising concerns about...
2014/10/07 08:55
2014/10/07 08:55
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Greens senator and party communication spokesperson Scott Ludlam has urged the telecommunications industry to ensure that the Coalition government’s proposed mandatory data retention regime doesn’t...
2014/10/07 08:26
2014/10/07 08:26
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Privacy Lost By Martin Smith, PBS Frontline Monday 6th October 2014 When a contractor from America's National Security Agency (NSA) downloaded tens of thousands of top-secret documents from a...
2014/10/22 01:46
2014/10/22 01:46
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