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Australian politicians are in trouble for using WhatsApp. Here's why.

With a known love for the disappearing message app Wickr, Australian politicians are also keen on the Facebook-owned WhatsApp.  At Parliament House in Canberra Monday, Alastair MacGibbon, the prime minister's special adviser on cyber security, confirmed he had used the app to communicate with the prime minister and other colleagues, as did Attorney General George Brandis.
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