Digital developments from Canberra 47

Parliament was back this week The action included a major report on foreign interference through social media, activity at the PJCIS, digital ID for goats and sheep, a bribery scandal at Home Affairs, and more fallout from the robodebt scandal.

Here’s what I’ve noticed since the previous edition on 28 July.

Also, given this was the first week of parliament in the new financial year, there’s literally hundreds of tabled document on all manner of topics.

Please let me know if I’ve missed anything, or if there’s any specific items you’d like me to follow. Parliament is back again next week.

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[Photo: Opposition leader and former Minister for Home Affairs Peter Dutton.]