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Labor says it will fix encryption laws it voted for last year

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This time last year, the Australian Labor Party waved through the government's encryption Bills, formally known as the Assistance and Access Bill, and threw out the line that it was to keep the nation safe. The Labor Party now says it will fix encryption laws it voted for last year, but legislation is unlikely to pass the House of Representatives. What are your thoughts on this proposed legislation and the implications it would have for citizens' privacy? Learn more: