COVID pandemic fuels extremists: ASIO

By Paul Osborne
Updated February 10 2022 - 3:36am, first published 3:30am
Mike Burgess says more time spent online during the pandemic has sent radicalisation into overdrive.
Mike Burgess says more time spent online during the pandemic has sent radicalisation into overdrive.

Australia's top spy agency says it looked at the security implications of a pandemic as far back as 2007.

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