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Law Reform Assignment in response to the question: Evaluate the Extent to which Law Reform for Terrorism affects society. 20/20 mark given

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Law Terrorism Crime National security Anti-terrorism legislation Counter-terrorism State terrorism Definitions of terrorism Preventive detention Anti-Terrorism Act Australian anti-terrorism legislation
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Law Terrorism Crime National security Anti-terrorism legislation Counter-terrorism State terrorism Definitions of terrorism Preventive detention Anti-Terrorism Act Australian anti-terrorism legislation
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Before the events of September 11th 2001, terrorism was not taken as seriously as it is in present time, the state government was left to legislate against it, however, the public at the time did not regard it as high on their list of priorities in which the government must address. However, after the first set of anti-terrorism laws were put in place several reforms have been passed in order to reflect the Australian societies view to a greater extent. This has been a success in areas such as police powers in which the societies value of anti-terrorism and allowance of police to implement their judgement has outweighed their value of privacy. However, the act of preventative detention does not reflect the view of a majority of society as a value of human rights, such as freedom from d...
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