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The surveillance state’s chameleons

27 November 2018

8:02 AM

27 November 2018

8:02 AM

In the USA they are collaborators with the “deep state”. In Australia, they are champions of privacy.

Global tech companies like Google, Apple, Amazon and Facebook, acting through their industry organisation – the Digital Industry Group Inc – have thrown their support behind a campaign to resist a Federal government move to provide its intelligence agencies with enhanced surveillance capacities.

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