On December 2nd The Guardian released new information from Snowden showing just how complicit DSD has been in mass surveillance. As the new Chair of Electronic Frontiers Australia I’ve been doing the media rounds to argue for an inquiry and, once again, call again for a bill of digital rights.
My full responses:
Rintel, S. (2013, December 2). Australians deserve a surveillance oversight inquiry. Electronic Frontiers Australia.
Lawrence, J. & Rintel, S. (2013, December 3). Eight ways to protect your privacy online. The Guardian – Australian Edition.
See also quotes and discussion of the EFA response in:
- Farrell, P. (2013, December 3). Data seizures a ‘gross intrusion’ into privacy, civil liberties groups say. The Guardian – Australian Edition.
- Polities, H. (2013, December 3). EFA calls for Australian spying inquiry. Technology Spectator.
- LeMay, R. (2013, December 3). Snowden an “American traitor”, says Australia’s Attorney-General. Delimiter.
See media at:
Meldrum-Hanna, C, (2013, December 2). Should Australians be concerned by latest spying revelations? ABC 7:30.
McGlinn, I. (2013, December 2). The ‘smoking gun’ of Australian intelligence? Our metadata exposed. The Wire.
Isdale, D. (2013, December 2). How safe is our personal information? Network Ten Late News.
- Rush, J. (2013, November 21). Indonesian Hackers attack Australian targets. The Wire.
- Tilley, T. (October 9, 2013). How private is your online life? Triple J Hack.
- Ockenden, W. (October 8, 2013). Australia prepared briefing on US global internet spying program PRISM before Snowden revelations. ABC News Online.
- Rintel, S. (2013, August 16). Electoral silence on digital rights from both politicians and journalists. Election 2013 media panel post. The Conversation.
- Levingston, R. (2013, June 11). What do you know about PRISM? 612 ABC Brisbane.
- Hansen, D. (2013, June 10) Spying councils? Today Tonight.
- Rintel, S. (2013, June 11). Nine reasons you should care about NSA’s PRISM surveillance. The Conversation (Online).
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