National security inquiry declines to endorse data retention

24 Jun 2013
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A key review of proposals to strengthen national security laws has opted against recommending mandatory data retention, and suggested a strictly limited scheme if governments do consider one.

Parliament’s joint committee on intelligence and security has failed to endorse a data retention regime as part of its response to a slate of proposed national security reforms, instead laying the groundwork for a limited scheme if a government should decide to implement one.

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