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  Friday July 13, 2012

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EDITOR'S NOTE

Good morning,

It has been a big week for privacy as the Federal Government progressed discussion on its contentious data retention proposal. The plan could also see authorities gain access to data on social networks and cloud services. But Tassie cops don't want to know.

And analysts have estimated an $8 billion pay day for Telstra if the coalition wins Government in 2013. The estimate counters previous claims from communications minister Stephen Conroy that such a project would include $20 billion in payments to the telco.

Have a great weekend!

-- James Hutchinson


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