Latest ASIO News

Sydney man accused of breaching Control Order
Law Council President calls for Parliament to reinstate judges to authorise ASIO questioning powers
Statement On NZ Royal Commission
Government response to Comprehensive Review into Intelligence Legislation
Law Council raises grave concerns about lack of safeguards in new ASIO powers
Committee agrees to revised ASIO powers
Data retention legislation needs more work
Mandatory data retention improvements recommended
ASIO’s extraordinary detention powers extended until
ASIO’s extraordinary detention powers extended until
Citizenship loss bill should pass: Intelligence Committee
Strengthening integrity of research
National Press Club address – 22 July 2020
Law Council concerned government amendments to ASIO Act are an overreach
Commission warns of ASIO Bill overreach
Independent National Security Legislation Monitor Report tabled
New spy Bill threatens press freedom – MEAA
ASIO questioning powers under Committee scrutiny
Statement on proposed amendments to ASIO Act by Law Council President, Pauline Wright
Expansion of ASIO powers unjustified
Excessive amendments to national security laws avoid scrutiny due to COVID-19
Where hope resides: One year on from Christchurch massacre
30 years of intelligence oversight
Passing of TEO Bill sets dangerous precedent, undermines PJCIS
Australia’s foreign fighters bill could impact journalists and whistleblowers – Australian Lawyers Alliance