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Julie Bishop is Australian Deputy Opposition Leader. On September 14, 2010, Bishop is re-picked to continue as the deputy opposition leader.

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Using WISeKey's WISeID App May Have Prevented Celeb Nude Pics from Being Hacked
Geneva, 2 September, 2014 - WISeID Personal Data Protector by WISeKey is a unique application that protects individual's personal data and personal identifiable information (PII) from hackers, and allows them to maintain control over who accesses their data.

Oz opposition leader says Asian language should be mandatory for schoolchildren
Australia's Deputy Opposition Leader, Julie Bishop, has put forward a proposal under which learning an Asian language would be mandatory for schoolchildren.

Cat calls mar carbon tax debate in Australian Parliament
Heated scenes erupted in the Australian Parliament on Thursday amid calls for proper carbon tax debate and a conscience vote on the resumption of the live cattle trade.

Australia in secret uranium talks with India
The Australian Government is reportedly in secret negotiations with the Indian Government for the sale of uranium, though publicly it asserts that it cannot allow such exports as long as Delhi maintains a nuclear arsenal outside the nuclear non-proliferation treaty.

Oz govt. in dock for stonewalling "US requests for additional troops in Afghanistan"
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard must respond immediately to the allegations that the country has turned down repeated US requests to send more troops to Afghanistan, as being the premier, it is her duty to be "open and honest with the Australian public," the Opposition has said.

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