The lack of judicial oversight in the Federal Government's draft encryption bill, of those issuing notices for companies to comply with changes that decrypt data, will ensure that abuse of power is the order of the day, the Australian Lawyers Alliance says.
Claims that the publisher of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, sought Russia's help to escape from the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he has been taking refuge since 2012, have been spread because "Russian conspiracies are flavour of the month among some journalists", the well-known Australian lawyer Greg Barns says.
More than 2000 New Zealanders have signed a petition urging their government to offer WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange permanent political asylum in the country and also safe passage to the country from his present place of residence – the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
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