Senate Passes Net Interception Bill

The Senate has passed a Bill that will allow network operators — including ISPs — to intercept traffic as part of network protection activities disregarding the Greens Party efforts to amend it. The Bill, the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Amendment Bill 2009, aims to help network operators to understand what they can and cannot do in terms of interception. It will allow, for example, an ISP network engineer to intercept a customer’s connection when undertaking activities to operate, maintain and protect their network

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