Anti-terrorist law: Australia pushes e-mail interception

New counter-terrorism measures pushed by a government run out of control will see more Australian agencies able to intercept e-mails for routine investigations, according to civil liberties group Electronic Frontiers of Australia. Australia’s NSW Council for Civil Liberties has described the move as reminiscent of the Soviet Secret Police, the KGB

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