Electronic surveillance laws to be overhauled after major review

Sally Whyte
By Sally Whyte
Updated December 4 2020 - 6:50am, first published 6:43am
Former ASIO boss Dennis Richardson presented the report to the government last year. Picture: Dion Georgopoulos

Australia's electronic surveillance laws are set for a major overhaul, bringing three sets of legislation into one, in a move predicted to take at least five years and cost more than $100 million.


Sally Whyte

Sally Whyte

Federal Politics Reporter

I report on a range of issues in federal politics and the public service, with a real passion for how decisions made in Canberra affect the lives of Australians.