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The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security questioned law enforcement’s interest in increasing mandatory data retention requirements from the current minimum of two years to as much as seven years, ZDNet reports. “Will citizens continue to accept that the powers being granted are appropriate given the trade-offs and risks involved?” the article asks. Australian Federal Police Deputy Commissioner Karl Kent said mandatory data retention represented “the maintenance of our long-standing investigative capabilities.”
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