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Privacy Fears Force Australian Government To Rethink Hoarding Users’ Phone And Internet Data

The plan to force phone networks and ISPs to store two years worth of phone call and email data is on hold following a parliamentary inquiry into telecommunications interception laws. Is this the Snowden effect?

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My writing career has taken me all round the houses over the past decade and a half--from grumpy teens and hungover rock bands in the U.K., where I was born, via celebrity interviews, health, tech and fashion in Madrid and Paris, before returning to London, where I now live. For the past five years I've been writing about technology and innovation for U.S

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