Video: Australia’s Controversial Spy Bill in ‘Contempt of Democracy’

ER Editor: Could it get any more outrageous and surreal in Australia? Apparently, yes.

An amendment to Australia’s spy bill was not only rushed through in 24 hours, not allowing elected MPs enough time to read and understand it. But it also allows federal police and intelligence services to hack devices, collect data and basically take over users’ social media accounts, making it entirely possible to frame people. And these powers are granted WITHOUT judicial oversight. The short video below explains this.

Readers may also be interested in these articles, first from The Guardian (MSM alert):

Australian powers to spy on cybercrime suspects given green light

This bill was supported by the opposition, leading us to suspect that there is absolutely no government in the West with a functioning opposition party. This has become evident on so many levels.

And this from The National Law Review: An Even ‘Hacking’ Field – Government Surveillance Bill Passed by Parliament.


Video: Australia’s Controversial Spy Bill in ‘Contempt of Democracy’


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Australia’s new spy bill amendment, which was rushed through parliament in less than 24 hours, gives authorities powers to modify, add, copy or delete data on people’s phones or social media accounts.

The legislation is being described as ‘absolutely disgusting’ and in ‘contempt of democracy’ by some senators. 



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