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A CRUCIAL technology gap is being filled to ensure the nation's new bushfire early warning system starts on time.
The system of advance phone alerts is due for an October start ahead of this year's bushfire season.
There is presently no way of accurately and securely matching fire danger areas with up-to-date phone numbers from Telstra's database.
Federal Attorney-General Robert McClelland has awarded a contract to Sydney-based IT firm Intech Solutions to deliver the 'location-based number store'.
It is the missing link in the plan to alert Australians by text or recorded message of worsening conditions for fire and other emergencies such as flood. To be operated by states and territories, the
National Telephone Emergency Warning System will allow designated emergency service chiefs to select and request phone numbers in the danger zone.
'The system will provide real time access to up-to-date telephone numbers while protecting the identity of individuals,' Mr McClelland said.
The new system will send messages this fire season based on the phone owner's billing address rather than their physical location at any given moment.
This means some people visiting danger areas on days of high risk may not necessarily receive warnings.
Australian IT and telecommunications experts are being commissioned to find what would be a world-leading breakthrough on this front -- with efforts concentrated on how much extra capacity is needed on the nation's array of mobile phone towers.
Mr McClelland expects the NEWS system to be available in time for the bushfire season but warned it would be no silver bullet for preventing catastrophes.
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QUEENSLAND police can start applying for phone tapping warrants from today, after a long campaign for the investigation technique.
Police Minister Neil Roberts welcomed yesterday's decision by federal Attorney-General Robert McClelland to name the Queensland Police and the state's Crime and Misconduct Commission (CMC) as 'interception agencies'.
Mr Roberts said phone tapping was an effective means of fighting organised crime.
Police and CMC investigators could now monitor landlines, mobile phones and the internet, he said.
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'Previously, both organisations had to enter into joint arrangements with other agencies to gain access to telecommunications intercepts,' Mr Roberts said.
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'In certain circumstances, telecommunication interception will be able to be used in the investigation of serious criminal offences including murder, kidnapping, serious drug offences, terrorism and corruption.'
Queensland laws on phone tapping include a Public Interest Monitor (PIM), an independent barrister to oversee the powers and ensure they are not abused or exploited.
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