The committee which endorses potential spook-police excesses when it approves new terror laws now wants even more reach and control. We must fight the power grab.
This month we also feature:
- Media rumour panics parliament’s presiding officers
- Who to believe over massive data access figures?
- Booker double winner says amnesia is privacy defence
- ASIO and ASIS: both blot their copybooks
- Parliamentary standards are dropping quickly
- We are killing some of our children
- AFP use stun guns ‘like cattle prods’; use expands
- Guards strip search women prisoners up to four times daily
- Tories plan to renege on human rights in UK
- US Hack Pack may strike where they like
- Mass surveillance ‘corrosive’ of online privacy
- Court delivers blow to police intelligence
- Kiwi bureaucrats give dole recipients the brush off
- Miscarriage of justice cases: three freed