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The controversial surveillance law just passed Australia | Digital Trends Spanish

Australia has just passed a controversial surveillance law that has sparked rejection among the nation's people. According to local media, the Australian police can already hack mobile devices, collect information, erase user data and take control of their social networks, all without the need for a court order. These would be the three central points on which the new law focuses: Data Alteration Order: Gives the police the ability to alter data by modifying, copying, adding or deleting it. Order of activity on the network: allows the police to collect information on the devices or networks that are used, or may use, the people who are the object of the order. Account Takeover Warrant - Allows the police to take control of an account online (for example, on social media) in order to col...