Australia’s encryption law threatens NZ cloud data

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Privacy Foundation NZ

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Richard MacManus

Newsroom, 18 December 2018

Following the introduction of the controversial “Access and Assistance” bill in Australia, which requires any organisation operating in the country to give the Australian government access to their IT system if requested, there have been concerns raised about the privacy and security of the vast amount of data from New Zealand being stored in Australia.