I think you're deluded about the concept, Dan.
But then, I think most of the Oz .gov is similarly deluded.
As are the .govs of the rest of the Five Eyes signatories ...
Dan Tehan, Australia's minister assisting the prime minister for Cyber Security, says south-east Asian nations are beginning to discuss a joint regional approach to best practise cyber-security, and perhaps even also a new set of rules of engagement for online conflict. Tehan yesterday delivered a keynote address to the RSA …
Another member of a completely clueless political class.
Ask the US government how they went when they wanted Apple to break their encryption.
Ask Malcolm the Clueless how the repeal of the Laws of Mathematics is going.
Ask George Metadata to define the difference between his arse and a hole in the ground
“comes from the fundamental premise that every government has an absolute obligation to do everything it can to keep its citizens safe”
I thought the fundamental premise of every Australian government was to promise to do exactly what the "lowest common denominator" of Joe Public say they want so they can get reelected (never delivering on any of the promises of course).