State of Surveillance: Online Safety Bill captures the bad stuff but Commissioner’s powers too broad

State of Surveillance: Online Safety Bill captures the bad stuff but Commissioner’s powers too broad

State of Surveillance: Online Safety Bill captures the bad stuff but Commissioner’s powers too broad

by Samantha Floreani | Mar 30, 2021 | Business

The Online Safety Bill, if passed in its current form, could further undermine political accountability by ensuring footage of police violence or human rights abuses, for example, is taken down. That the government is not listening to concerns about the bill’s wide powers suggests some of the consequences may be intended. Samantha Floreani reports.

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