Digital developments from Canberra 53

Spies, more spies, cybering, and more cybering! We also have proposed new ID and drug laws, a report on sexual consent laws, and an apology for robodebt — to Services Australia staff.

Here’s what I’ve noticed since the previous edition on 8 September.

Please let me know if I’ve missed anything, or if there’s any specific items you’d like me to follow. Parliament is now on break until 16 October, but as usual there’ll be plenty of other news from Canberra,

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[Photo: Home affairs and cyber security [sic] minister Clare O’Neil (centre) alongside Australia’s national cyber security coordinator, Air Marshal Darren Goldie (left), and someone else.]