The federal government has again been called on to stop the process of implementing an ISP copyright code. The Internet users rights group Electronic Frontiers Australia has confirmed it wants the process to be halted, with its call coming in the wake of the introduction of new anti-piracy website blocking laws.
Concern has been expressed that high-ranking public officials, particularly legal professionals, may not possess at least the most basic computer and electronic communication skills, including the know-how to send emails
Australia’s obsession with national security continues to have unintended consequences, with the academic exchange of information about cryptography now in danger.
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