PM Proposes Warrants to Access Journalists’ Metadata

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by: Claire Reilly | CNET

Law enforcement and security agencies could be required to obtain a warrant to access journalists’ metadata under new amendments to data retention legislation, proposed by Prime Minister Tony Abbott.

 

However, the union representing Australian journalists — the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance — has rejected the calls.

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