Journalists’ metadata: barristers to argue public interest case when agencies … – The Guardian


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Journalists' metadata: barristers to argue public interest case when agencies ...
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The government has been forced to agree to the appointment of a list of security-cleared lawyers to argue the public interest case before judges or the attorney general as part of any decision to allow a government agency access to journalists' metadata.
Metadata: police access to journalist records faces scrutinyThe Australian

Public interest advocate on metadata9news.com.au
Abbott government and Labor reach deal on metadata retention lawsThe Age
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