The people of the Burrup Peninsula are suffering some quite extreme events of air pollution from time to time, and as a result of community pressure Woodside has collected data on it. Yet, it doesn't seem to concern the BOM
Because ASIO do not have reporting obligations under the TIA Act, we have no idea how much metadata material they are scooping up, which nearly all other agencies report in the TIA Act annual report. Does the inspector general have visibility of the volume of warrantless surveillance requests that ASIO make?
The annual intelligence report inicates that ASIO made inadvertent collection of third-party communications whilst under a valid warrant. How many cases of inadvertent collection were there? Were the people directly concerned ever told?
It has now been more than two years since the emergency assessment of outstanding values of the Dampier Archipelago and the Burrup Peninsula—or Murujuga, as it has been known for time immemorial—was completed. What has happened to the World Heritage nomination of that rock art since?