Revoke the Australian Anti-Encryption Law

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A law has just been passed in Australia which allows law enforcement to gain assistance from tech companies if private encrypted data needs to be viewed to assist in law enforcement cases and 'fighting terrorism'. They propose forcing companies to remove encryption and prevent the data of users from being private. Any companies which don't comply could face massive fines and possible jail time.

This poses an enormous security risk to average users, and puts the privacy of millions of Australians at risk for the sake of investigating a few bad people using these services for the wrong purposes. It could also drive your favourite tech companies out of the Australian market (such as Apple, Google, Facebook, etc) if they choose not to comply with law enforcement.

Save the privacy of all Australians and keep your favourite tech companies in Australia by letting parliament know that we do not support the ignorance of privacy and security in our nation.

DON'T FORGET TO ALSO SEND A LETTER/EMAIL TO YOUR LOCAL MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT TO GET YOUR VOICE HEARD!

 



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