The vast majority of Australian internet service providers (ISPs) are not ready to start collecting and storing metadata as required under the country’s data retention laws which come into effect today. […]
“The way that the legislation is drafted doesn’t provide us with all of the detail about what exactly is required in all of their services.
There are a thousand different nuances that I’ve seen flying around as to what needs to be retained in respect of a particular service” […]
Internet Australia, an organisation that represents internet users and also smaller ISPs, has called for an immediate review of the metadata laws. […]