Provisions of the Telecommunications (Interception) Amendment Bill 2006

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Provisions of the Telecommunications (Interception) Amendment Bill 2006

27 March 2006

© Commonwealth of Australia 2006
ISBN 0 642 71635 8

View the report as a single document - (PDF 230KB)

View the report as separate downloadable parts:

Members of the Legislation Committee (PDF 18KB)
Recommendations (PDF 20KB)
Chapter 1 - Introduction (PDF 17KB)
Key provisions of the Bill
Conduct of the inquiry
Note on references
Chapter 2 - Overview of the Bill (PDF 22KB)
Overview of the Bill
Chapter 3 - Stored Communications (PDF 72KB)
Access to stored communications
Stored communications warrants
Safeguards and privacy protection
Monitoring of the stored communications warrant regime
Stored Communications and related definitions
Chapter 4 - B-Party interception (PDF 92KB)
Rationale for B-party interception warrants
Issuing B-party interception warrants
Reporting and accountability requirements
Review of the legislation
Equipment based interception
Chapter 5 - Other Amendments (PDF 24KB)
Class 1 and 2 offences
Removal of the TIRAC function
Other amendments: Schedule 6
Senator Marise Payne Committee Chair
Supplementary Report with Additional Comments of Dissent by the Australian Democrats (PDF 33KB)
Appendix 1 - Submissions received (PDF 10KB)
Appendix 2 - Witnesses who appeared before the Committee (PDF 10KB)
Sydney, 15 March 2006

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