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Inquiry into Cybercrime Legislation Amendment Bill 2011

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On Thursday 18 August 2011, the Joint Select Committee on Cyber-Safety tabled its report on the Review of the Cybercrime Legislation Amendment Bill 2011.

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This report is comprised of preliminary pages, 9 chapters, 1 additional comment and 5 appendices.

Review of the Cybercrime Legislation Amendment Bill 2011

Preliminary pages (PDF 105KB)
Contents, Foreword, Committee Membership, Terms of Reference, List of Abbreviations and List of Recommendations

Chapter 1 (PDF 60KB)
Introduction

Chapter 2 (PDF 79KB)
Outline of the European Convention on Cybercrime and the Cybercrime Bill

Chapter 3 (PDF 139KB)
Domestic and Foreign Preservation Notices

Chapter 4 (PDF 159KB)
Mutual Assistance - Stored Communications and Disclosure of Prospective Data to Foreign Countries

Chapter 5 (PDF 148KB)
Police Assistance to Foreign Countries – Historic and Existing Telecommunications Data

Chapter 6 (PDF 91KB)
Commonwealth Computer Offences

Chapter 7 (PDF 113KB)
Reporting and Oversight

Chapter 8 (PDF 122KB)
Industry Data Handling and Privacy Obligations

Chapter 9 (PDF 89KB)
Industry Implementation Issues

Additional Comments (PDF 77KB)
Senator Scott Ludlam, Australian Greens

Appendix A (PDF 33KB)
List of submissions

Appendix B (PDF 32KB)
List of witnesses and public hearings

Appendix C (PDF 67KB)
Enforcement Agencies

Appendix D (PDF 51KB)
Interception Agencies

Appendix E (PDF 79KB)
Framework for Access to Communications in Australia

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