The Australian Government is considering the most sweeping and radical changes to Australia’s surveillance and intelligence laws since the establishment of the original powers in 1979.
To Attorney-General Nicola Roxon,
Australians’ privacy and civil liberties should not be breached without cause or oversight. Forcing companies to track innocent Australians’ every move online, reducing the accountability
of ASIO officers and forcing Australians to hand over their data without cause does just that.
We call on the Government to ensure these proposed reforms outlined in the Attorney-General’s Department’s discussion paper do not become law.
Sign the Petition at the link below!