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Telstra questions whether metadata restrictions are working as intended

In an earlier submission, the Law Council of Australia said the agencies that are able to access metadata should be spelled out in legislation, however Telstra was not so brave, instead saying non-enforcement agencies should be forced to go through the …Read more





Telstra questions whether metadata restrictions are working as intended

Australias incumbent telco has questioned whether the legislation restrictions on the nations metadata regime are operating as effective as intended The scheme which has cost telcos AU210 million so far to set up and operate forces carriers to
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Common Crawl And Unlocking Web Archives For Research

Over the past half-decade Ive written extensively about web archiving including why we need to understand whats in our massive archives of the web whether work from ethical review granting permission to ignore terms of use or copyright
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UK bulk spying challenge in European Court of Human Rights

Legal representatives of the UK government faced a raft of questions today from judges sitting in the European Court of Human Rights hearing a challenge The core challenge is whether the UKs bulk communications interception program and how
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Huge swath of GCHQ mass surveillance is illegal says top lawyer

In a 32-page opinion the leading public law barrister Jemima Stratford QC raises a series of concerns about the legality and proportionality of GCHQs work and the lack allowed to gather and store metadata with few restrictions but requires more
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Organizing Online Health Content Developing Hashtag Collections for Healthier Internet-Based People and Communities

Hashtags a form of metadata we considered that our intended use would become the default use and may lessen future use by others There are currently no ownership rights or enforceable restrictions for hashtag use therefore even a well-designed
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Defence attacked over new technology restrictions

In a rapidly escalating backlash at least 14 of the nations leading tech and IT institutions have vehemently rejected the push by Defence to expand its existing restrictions withering questions surrounding Defences proposal is whether the
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