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Australia plans to change privacy rules after huge cyberattack on Optus


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Good luck figuring out how to do seccy on the webby mate.

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There is no valid reason to have privacy laws in a democracy. My father told me, “ if you do nothing wrong, you have nothing to fear.”

that’s why Five Eyes is great. Even turned off devises can record everything. Bad people will be caught, we can sleep safe.

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What if the ones monitoring five eyes are the bad guys??!!

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Companies should be barred from requiring, and especially storing, crucial identification documents such as passports, birth certs or drivers licences.

There is simply NO company on earth capable of keeping them securely. Even governments can't.

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