Judicial oversight of new surveillance powers and clearly defined limits on agencies’ notices top the list of a raft of changes recommended to the Federal Government for its encryption legislation by a broad coalition of Australia’s telecommunications, IT and Internet industries.
The Information Technology Professionals Association, an IT lobby group, has raised strong concerns that current practices to overcome skills shortages in Australia are seemingly facilitating recruitment to lower-end roles which could easily be filled by local graduates.
Technology industry lobby group the Information Technology Professionals Association is buoyant about the latest employment data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics which it says shows IT industry employment in Australia has grown by 45% over the 10 years from 2006 to 2016.
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