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Monday, 13 February 2017
Page: 603

Senator LUDLAM (Western AustraliaCo-Deputy Leader of the Australian Greens) (12:37): I mean no disrespect, Senator Fierravanti-Wells. I know that you are also carrying a lot of other issues. Just to confirm then, according to your response if the Liberal Party or the Labor Party, the Greens, the Xenophon party—or anybody at all who is collecting information on the electorate, on their voters, supporters and people who are not supporters—are hacked, and if that information of fairly intimate details of people's political leanings gets into the public domain, are the parties in question still not obliged under any law of this country to disclose that to the people whose interests they might have harmed?