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Brandis wants two-year jail sentence for re-identifying govt data
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NIST tests biometrics algorithms for tattoo-matching database
Working with the FBI to automate identification.
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NSW Police to overhaul FOI system
Long-awaited replacement to paper-based interim solution.
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ACID system under review.
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Australian agencies request more Google user data
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Redmond should whitelist legitimate security firms.
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Are you sitting next to a criminal?
Computer criminals could be working next to you every day, yet be stealing from your business.
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