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Documents released in response to FOI request FOI13/062 – concerning the proposal known as ‘data retention’

Date Friday, 27 September 2013
Abstract
Documents released in response to a request under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 for access to documents, including briefs to the Attorney-General and the Secretary of the Attorney-General’s Department about data retention and industry consultations on data retention
Documents Available

Documents released: 12 documents (some with attachments) were released. Of those, 8 were released with redactions and 4 were released in full.

The documents are available on request by emailing the Freedom of Information and Privacy Section of the department at: foi@ag.gov.au

or by post to:

Freedom of Information and Privacy Section
Office of Corporate Counsel
Attorney-General's Department
3-5 National Circuit
BARTON ACT 2600

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Freedom of Information and Parliamentary Section
Attorney-General's Department
3–5 National Circuit
BARTON ACT 2600.​​​