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Atlassian, Labor step up in fight against 'terrible' encryption laws

Atlassian co-founder Scott Farquhar has slammed the controversial anti-encryption laws, saying they are "dangerous".
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Tars our profession': Encryption laws put jobs for coders at risk

Australia's startup community pessimistic about improvements as confidence hit.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'An abomination': Government given final warning on encryption laws

Final submissions on the assistance and access bill warn revisions critical in the new year.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Dangerous overreach on encryption leaves 'backdoor' open for criminals

Australia’s encryption laws represent a dangerous overreach by the federal government and create more problems than they solve.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Negative for tech sector': Fitch slams Australia's new encryption laws

Credit ratings group Fitch has warned that Australia's controversial new encryption laws could harm Australia's flourishing tech sector as well as the global operations of tech giants like Google,..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Encryption laws: Government won't accept Labor amendments, says Dutton

Peter Dutton has indicated the federal government will not accept all of the Labor opposition's proposed changes to its new encryption laws.
SBS - Published

Dutton baulks at encryption bill changes

Peter Dutton has indicated the federal government will not accept all of the Labor opposition's proposed changes to its new encryption laws.
SBS - Published

Cyber expert doubts encryption law changes

A former government digital chief has expressed grave concerns about the controversial new encryption laws which cleared parliament last week.
SBS - Published

Bill Shorten under internal pressure to force major changes to 'rushed' encryption laws

"There will be people who wonder why we did what we did," said Labor's digital economy spokesman Ed Husic.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

What do the new encryption laws mean for you?

Landmark laws will give security agencies new powers to obtain the encrypted communications of criminal suspects. How far do the powers go? And what do they mean for you?
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'1984' style encryption laws will stymie startup growth: founders

Concerns the encryption laws will stop startups from scaling globally.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Law Council warns 'serious problems exist' in new encryption laws

A lawyers group is concerned the legislation is rushed and seriously flawed.
SBS - Published

Australia safer with encryption laws, A-G says

A lawyers group is concerned the legislation is rushed and seriously flawed.
SBS - Published

Labor sees encryption laws pass Senate

Labor has flagged further amendments to draft laws which will give police and intelligence agencies the power to access encrypted messages.
SBS - Published

Labor agrees to pass encryption laws 'to keep Australians safe' over Christmas

Labor had been insisting on further changes in the Senate but will now wave the controversial laws through parliament this evening.
SBS - Published

Filibustering tactics put both encryption and Nauru bills on ice until 2019

A protracted Senate debate on the Nauru bill has run down the clock on the last day of parliament, with the government’s encryption laws also unlikely to pass this year.
SBS - Published

Encryption laws: Labor flags further changes, setting up new fight in the Senate

A bipartisan agreement on the Morrison government’s sweeping encryption reforms appears to be out the window, with Labor now demanding further changes to the law
SBS - Published

Anti-encryption laws: If laws pass, we will all be much less secure

Readers discuss the proposed anti-encryption laws.
The Age - Published

Encryption laws: Tech firms get right to 'appeal' spies’ orders

The government has agreed to a suite of changes to its bill that will give intelligence agencies and police the ability to force tech companies to help them crack secure messages
SBS - Published

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