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Spectrum unfit for emergency services' broadband network.
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As the Greens call for Senate probe.
Pirate Party guns for cybercrime treaty 
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Human rights at risk from international crime fighters, says PPAu president Rodney Serkowski.
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After Attorney General quoted from it.
AG speech transcript creating cyberwarfare unit 
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Australian Attorney-General Robert McClelland unveils cyberspooks division.
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Crime fighters work together at new Government hub.
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Did Google breach Privacy, Telecommunications Acts?
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Calls for office bearers and supporters.
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Australia’s e-security framework is set to receive a major policy overhaul, the Attorney General Robert McClelland has announced.
Officials host e-security discussion in Sydney 
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The Federal Government recently gathered industry and community organisations together in Sydney to discuss future e-security challenges.
Frew back in the channel 
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After spending five years overseas, LAN Systems founder Scott Frew is back in the channel and has taken a 75 percent stake in security distributor Firewall Systems.
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