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ACT Attorney-General Simon Corbell goes quiet on metadata laws - Canberra Times

Saturday, 28 February 2015

The ACT attorney-general has gone quiet on Canberrans' right to online privacy after his federal party indicated it would back controversial metadata retention laws, despite previously championing the cause. Read more

Stop monkeying around with our metadata laws, prime minister - ZDNet

Thursday, 19 February 2015

There's something rather endearing, sweet even, about watching Prime Minister Tony Abbott explain Australia's "urgent" need for mandatory telecommunications data-retention laws. Read more

Victorians lose nearly $16 million to web romance, get-rich-quick scams - HeraldSun

Thursday, 5 February 2015

Australians lost more than $64 million, of which Victoria and NSW ($19m) accounted for over half, a study by the Centre for Internet Safety at Canberra University found. Read more

Canberrans biggest victims of online scams per capita - Canberra Times

Friday, 30 January 2015

Australians lost over $64.5 million on scams in 10 months last year with Canberrans the biggest victims if counted per capita, a new study has found. Read more