[ZDNet] PJCIS demands 23 changes before foreign entities get Australian data under IPO regime

Australian security committee wants changes made to the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act before it waves through the International Production Orders Bill that will allow the sharing of information with those based overseas.

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