Band-wagon jumping Australian government thinks

Band-wagon jumping Australian government thinks trampling civil rights American-style is cool, but the Democrats will save us. According to the article ‘Dems say terror laws threaten freedom‘, “Emails, voicemail and mobile-phone text messages could be accessed by authorities without a warrant under proposed anti-terrorism laws” if the government is allowed to “amend the Telecommunications Interception Act so that authorities can gain access to anyone’s email, voicemail and SMS without having to use a warrant”.
The Attorney-General, Daryl Williams, said “‘Until the attacks of September 11, we could have been justified in thinking that our counter-terrorism regime was adequate. This is no longer the case'” to justify the proposed change, but didn’t explain if they were going to learn how to use information obtained through existing channels before reading your email.