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ADMINISTRATION—ATTORNEY-GENERAL—DATA RETENTION—PROPOSED ORDER FOR PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS

Senator Ludlam, pursuant to notice of motion not objected to as a formal motion, moved general business notice of motion no. 975—That there be laid on the table by the Minister representing the Attorney-General, no later than noon on Monday, 29 October 2012, advice provided to the Attorney-General by the Attorney-General's Department or other government departments on data retention, including, but not limited to:

 (a) legal advice regarding data retention in Australia;

 (b) legal advice regarding data retention regimes in other jurisdictions;

 (c) technical and political advice arising from meetings with experts and industry representatives;

 (d) costings and methodology for reaching estimates of costings;

 (e) internal departmental correspondence; and

 (f) interdepartmental communications - emails and documents pertaining to data retention.

Question put.

The Senate divided—

AYES,10


Senators—
Di NataleMadiganSiewert (Teller)Whish-Wilson
Hanson-YoungMilneWatersWright
LudlamRhiannon

NOES, 34


Senators—
BernardiCollinsLundyRuston
BilykEgglestonMacdonaldSmith
BishopFarrellMasonStephens
BoswellFeeneyMcEwenSterle
BoyceFurnerMcLucasThistlethwaite
BushbyGallacherMooreThorp
CameronHeffernanParryWilliams
CashKroger (Teller)Polley
ColbeckLudwigPratt

Question negatived.