Metadata laws pass parliament – The Australian

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Metadata laws pass parliament
The Australian
Australian phone and internet records will be stored for two years from 2017 after new national security laws passed parliament this evening. Labor and the Coalition voted to support the metadata legislation after rejecting amendments from crossbench ...
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