Intelligence Services Amendment Act 2004
The Intelligence Services Amendment Act 2004 was passed by the Parliament of Australia on 1 April 2004 as an amendment to the original Intelligence Services Act 2001 (ISA), granting controversial new powers to the Australian Secret Intelligence Service. The bill reverses ISA prohibitions on ASIS operatives carrying firearms and allows ASIS to work with foreign intelligence agencies to carry out paramilitary and violent activities provided ASIS is not involved in the execution of the operations.
- Australian Security Intelligence Organisation
- Australian Secret Intelligence Service
- Defence Signals Directorate
- "Intelligence Services Amendment Act 2004 NO. 57, 2004". Commonwealth Numbered Acts. Australasian Legal Information Institute. Retrieved 2009-07-08.
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