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Australian Gov’t Seeks To Record Citizens’ Web Histories

June 11th, 2010 06:58 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “If you thought the Australian Government’s internet filter project was bad, think again. They have a new project — they are examining a policy that would require all internet service providers to log users’ web browsing history and email data such as who all emails were sent to and from. And that’s just the start. Telephone calls, mobile phone calls, even internet telephony. It’s all in there. Looks like 1984 was a pretty prophetic book.” Several readers also point to ZDNet’s coverage.

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