The AFP handed over metadata to China for criminal investigations of an unspecified nature.
The PM's calm, simple explanation.
Telstra got hacked.
All the metadata, sitting nicely in an envelope.
White House investigates privacy breach after passport information of G20 leaders was mistakenly emailed to the organiser of a soccer tournament.
Layers added. Layers taken away.
Leaked emails show senior Coalition MPs tricked with iMessage.
It sure is hard to communicate with the Minister for Communications.
The government wants two years of your metadata stored, just in case.
'Senator for the Internet' Scott Ludlam says metadata legislation is being rushed.
"Illegal downloads, piracy, cyber crimes, cyber security, all these matters, our ability to investigate them are absolutely pinned to retrieve and use metadata."
"Well, every website has an electronic address, right?"
New legislation would require companies to record everyone you call or email.
Courts struck down a directive that required companies to monitor your phone calls and texts two months ago. But the U.K. insists companies must continue to monitor you.