- Members of the Australian Parliament
The Australian Government has recently passed a bill which states that they are able to collect any and all information which is sent through digital devices.
This is from what I understand an infringement upon the privacy laws of Australia. It also means that any and all information which sent through your computer is able to be used to not only charge you for probable cause, but also to direct specific marketing and allow your information to be sold off to 3rd parties.
Currently these laws have been abused in the US and the UK and the information which has been collected is being open to bodies outside of their government.
Please sign and keep Australian Data out of the hands of everyone
It is the will of the undersigned people that you rebuke the Data Collection Act and any acts or legislation which allow the collection of information without prior consent of the individual.
The Rebuke the Data Collection Act petition to Members of the Australian Parliament was written by Clayton Elliott and is in the category Civil Rights at GoPetition.