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Monday, 20 March 2017
Page: 1476


Senator KAKOSCHKE-MOORE (South Australia) (21:40): I return to our earlier line of questioning about complaints referred by ACMA to the AFP that have not been acted on. I am curious to know whether once this bill passes ACMA has increased enforcement and compliance powers for those complaints they had previously referred to the AFP. Does ACMA have an own-motion power to revisit those complaints and determine whether or not they are in breach of the new law, or will it require fresh complaints from the public about websites in order for ACMA to take action under its new powers?