Proposed Telecommunications Interception Act Flawed
The Electronic Frontiers Association (EFA) has highlighted flaws in the Federal Government's third bill to amend the Telecommunications Interception Act.
EFA points out, in their Briefing Paper, that the Bill would "...remove the existing protection from interception for undelivered email, SMS and voice mail messages stored on service provider's equipment."
- Briefing Paper: Telecommunications (Interception) Amendment (Stored Communications) Bill 2004 http://www.efa.org.au/Issues/Privacy/tia-bill2004-sc.html
The EFA is a non-profit national organisation representing Internet users concerned with on-line freedoms and rights. EFA was established in January 1994 and incorporated under the Associations Incorporation Act (S.A.) in May 1994.
Source: Electronic Frontiers Australia