It’s been six years since the World Trade Centre attacks of September the eleventh, and the ‘war on terror’ continues to rage on. In the wake of yesterday’s speech from ASIO chief Paul O’Sullivan – which essentially committed Australia to the war on terror into ‘the next generation’ – The Wire asks: at what point do the tactics used to fight terrorism impinge on civil liberties?

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