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Security breach in Australia: Top secret files found at second-hand shop

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) obtained them and published some of their contents online, but withholding others for national security reasons

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Kevin Rennie | Global Voices 



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As the cliché goes, you couldn't make this stuff up. Classified documents from five Australian administrations covering nearly 10 years were accidentally sold in two locked filing cabinets at a second-hand furniture shop. Most were either “top secret” or “AUSTEO” (Australian Eyes Only).

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First Published: Sat, February 03 2018. 13:57 IST

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