The Communications Alliance, or more accurately its boss, John Stanton, was the most forthright of the multitudes who appeared at the first hearing of the encryption bill before the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security.
One of the curious aspects surrounding the Federal Government's encryption bill is why it took Australian firm Senetas — which has technology exports of at least a billion — so long to voice its objections to the draft legislation.
The Australian Information Industry Association has warned that the Federal Government's encryption bill would lead to overseas vendors withdrawing from the Australian market as they would not want their products to be caught in the government's dragnet.
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