The Conservative Party's call for a royal commission into Chinese Communist Party influence in Australia has been justified yet again.
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The University of New South Wales' Canberra Cyber director has told Sky News a breach of the parliamentary computing network last week was ‘definitely a nation-state’, with the most likely culprit to be China.
Nigel Phair says it’s too early to know if information was lifted during a hack, how long the perpetrators spent in the network or what they were searching for.
He says the government is dealing with ‘top end’ cybercriminals who can infiltrate a network and leave no trace that data was stolen.
This latest news just adds to a list of compelling reasons why a royal commission into Chinese Communist Party influence in Australia is urgently needed.
- Because of a rapid increase in Chinese ownership of Australian farms
- Bill Shorten and Labor's association with Chinese interests in Australia
- Chinese government attempts to block Falun Gong parades in Australia
- Beijing's shameless influence campaign in Western democracies
- Chinese companies baulking at increased scrutiny
- The Chinese theft of commercial secrets from Australian businesses
- The cancellation of events in Australia, critical of Communist China
- Harassment of Chinese students in Australia by the Chinese Communist government
- A radical increase in the amount of Chinese spying in Australia
- Chinese building and militarisation of islands in the South China Sea
Conservative Party leader Cory Bernardi has told Sky News - we need a royal commission into Chinese Communist Party influence now.
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