[ZDNet] Home Affairs asks for a rush on Critical Infrastructure Bill to allow ASD to act lawfully

The Critical Infrastructure Bill is urgently required, the Department of Home Affairs has argued, who noted the rules governing the individual designated sectors could be worked out later by the responsible minister.

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