The debate over the Federal Government's recently passed encryption law is dead serious for the most part, but Melbourne University academics Dr Chris Culnane and Associate Professor Vanessa Teague found something to laugh at in the way the legislation has defined the word "computer".
The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation apparently still has some concerns about the encryption law that was passed by Parliament on 6 December, despite there being no changes to the draft that was discussed by the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Security and Intelligence.
Just 12 days after the government's encryption law was passed by Parliament, the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security has announced it would begin a review of the law.
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