McKell Cybersecurity Policy Luncheon
Open letter on the Terrorism Database
Join the McKell Institute for a panel and forum on data security, encryption and the Assistance and Access Act 2018. Panellists will speak about their involvement with the Bill and the Inquiry. Speakers: Arthur Kopsias – NSW Police Force Lizzie O’Shea – Digital Rights Watch John Stanton – Communications Alliance Monday 4 March 2019, 12:30pm-2pm. […]
Lizzie O’Shea on the encryption bill
Digital Rights Watch has joined with dozens of organisations and academics in signing an open letter about the EU’s proposed Regulation on Preventing the Dissemination of Terrorist Content Online, and in particular the Regulation’s call for Internet hosts to use “proactive measures” to detect terrorist content. Key concerns include: Lack of transparency of how the […]
Providing evidence to Parliamentary committee on the Encryption Bill
Our own Lizzie O’Shea spoke to ABC24 about the Assistance and Access Bill and the impact on how all Australians use technology.
How much do political parties know about you?
Digital Rights Watch’s Lizzie O’Shea and Access Now’s Nathan White give evidence to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security on the Assistance and Access Bill 2018. A transcript of our evidence is available here. You can read our submission to the committee here.
Electoral Matters hearings on cyber influence of elections
Political parties know more about you than you may realise.Parties are looking for whatever edge they can get, and increasingly, that edge comes in the form of personal data. While the use of this data is still in its infancy in this country, its potential is huge. Digital Rights Watch Chair Tim Singleton Norton talks […]
PJCIS hearings on Assistance and Access Bill
Digital Rights Watch Chair Tim Singleton Norton provides evidence to the Joint Committee on Electoral Matters inquiry into the cyber manipulation of elections. Read more in our submission to the committee.
Slow down, stop and listen
Angus Murray, Dr Suelette Dreyfus and Justin Clacherty appear before the Australian Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security, to outline civil society concerns with the Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Bill 2018. The transcript of this session is available here. Read more in our joint submission to the committee.
Sleepwalking into a digital dystopia
Consumers, human rights groups, industry, telcos and technology companies join forces to sound alarm at Government’s spyware legislation A diverse group of consumer representatives, human rights organisations, industry, technology and telecommunications companies has today joined forces under the banner Alliance for a Safe and Secure Internet with a plea to the Government to slow down, […]
Tell Labor to defend encryption
We’re in the midst of a worsening democracy deficit, and you need look no further to see this on full display than within the shambolic process around the Telecommunications and Other Legislation Amendment (Assistance and Access) Bill. This Bill will introduce unprecedented new powers for government and law enforcement, and Coalition politicians are treating the […]
Stand up and tell Labor that you don’t support efforts to break encryption.