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Thursday, 28 June 2018
Page: 4398

Senator SIEWERT (Western AustraliaAustralian Greens Whip) (17:46): Thank you for clarifying that. Could I go back to ask the question again? The scenario that I put to you deals with any information, as you just described it in the Criminal Code. That's the sort of information that could be provided. So why would it not constitute an offence if it could be seen to then breach the definition of 'national security' as I related to earlier, which is under at least 1E? I'm asking a question. Why would it not?