Australian data retention proposal ‘raises more questions than it answers,’ says IIA executive

The Internet Industry Association has asked for more information on the government’s proposal to require retention of Internet user data for two years, IIA CEO Peter Lee said in an interview with Computerworld Australia. Lee, who became the IIA’s CEO in July, said other current areas of focus include updating the iCode and reforming copyright laws.Lee described his first two months at IIA as “extremely busy” but “very rewarding.” Since joining, Lee has been reviewing the IIA’s strategy and setting priorities for the next 12 months. That has included increased engagement with smaller IIA members and communication with the government, he said.To continue reading this Computerworld report, go to:
www.computerworld.com.au/article/435747/data_retention_proposal_raises_more_questions_than_it_answers_says_iia_executive/

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