Paul Farrell is a journalist at the Guardian who was intensively investigated by the Australian Federal Police for his reporting on national security and asylum seeker policies.
Paul spoke to The Edit's Ashlynne McGhee about his hard-hitting investigations, his experience of state surveillance and the problem with section 70 of the Crimes Act and other gag laws that threaten public interest reporting in Australia.
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