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  • Australia’s premier cyber intelligence agency could soon be enlisted to help track down paedophiles, terrorists and other serious criminals operating online.

    The ABC can reveal that the Government’s plan is in advanced stages and would, for the first time, allow the cyber spies to target suspects here at home.

    Political Editor Andrew Probyn has this exclusive story.

    Read more here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-02-19/powers-for-asd-spy-dark-web-australians/11980728

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