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Privacy Law Set To Pass

New laws covering privacy issue are set to pass into law this afternoon

After Question Time, MPs are scheduled to debate the third reading of the The Privacy (Information Sharing) Bill divided into three bills.

This will be followed by the third reading of the International Finance Agreements Amendment Bill.

Both bills have the general support of the House, though Mana and the Greens have opposed them at earlier stages and are likely to again.

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