Albanese government ‘vows to overhaul privacy laws’

Sky News host Chris Kenny says the Albanese government has “vowed to overhaul Australia’s privacy laws”.

It comes after nearly 10 million Optus customers had sensitive information stolen – including passports, Medicare cards, and licence details – after the telecommunications company got hacked.

“Earlier today, the Prime Minister reiterated Penny Wong’s call for Optus to cough up and pay for their customers’ new passports,” he said.

“The Opposition, for their part, say their repeated calls for Labor to reform privacy laws have fallen on deaf ears.”

He discussed the…

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