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Daily Dashboard | Australia, US reach crime data sharing agreement Related reading: Saskatchewan’s privacy commissioner states support for digital ID

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The U.S. Department of Justice announced the U.S. and Australia entered into a crime data sharing agreement under the Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act. The DOJ said the agreement will allow law enforcement from both countries to trade electronic data in efforts to "prevent, detect, investigate and prosecute" a range of serious crimes, including ransomware attacks. The deal will be carried out with "strong protections for the rule of law, privacy and civil liberties," according to the DOJ.
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