Saturday, March 28



This blog service has not yet been charged for offences relating to the "warrant canary" provisions in the Australian government's 2015 data retention legislation.

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1 Did you need someone to report you to the canary authorities?

Posted by: kurt duncan at Saturday, March 28 2015 05:18 AM (QKmzp)

2 That's bad, right?

Posted by: Ken in NH at Saturday, March 28 2015 06:26 AM (MqjGP)

3 New legislation just passed in Australia requiring ISPs (and possibly other internet companies) to retain metadata relating to customer activities so that the government can spy on people.

One new thing is that it specifically forbids "warrant canaries".  Other legislation has had gag laws, but the way people got around that was to display text stating that they hadn't been served with a warrant - and remove that text once they were.  The canary in the coal mine.

So if that's forbidden, you need a warrant canary canary.

It's all idiocy anyway.

Posted by: Pixy Misa at Saturday, March 28 2015 02:31 PM (PiXy!)

That's bad, right?

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Saturday, March 28 2015 02:38 PM (ohzj1)

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