Digital developments from Canberra 44

The fallout from the robodebt royal commission dominated the news, but I still managed to find a handful of interesting items. Two of them involve the spooks.

Here’s what I’ve noticed since the previous edition on 7 July.

First, two items that came in very late last Friday night, after I’d posted:

And this week, apart from all the fallout from the robodebt royal commission, which I’m sure you can find for yourself:

Please let me know if I’ve missed anything, or if there’s any specific items you’d like me to follow. Parliament is currently on its winter break, scheduled to return on Monday 31 July, so the next edition will appear when there’s enough to make it worthwhile.

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[Photo: Senator James Paterson, a member of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security, and its chair under the previous Coalition government.]