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When a foreign preservation notice can be given

             (1)  If the Australian Federal Police receives a request in accordance with section 107P, the Australian Federal Police must give the carrier to which the request relates a written notice (a foreign preservation notice ) requiring the carrier to preserve, while the notice is in force, all stored communications that:

                     (a)  relate to the person or telecommunications service specified in the notice; and

                     (b)  the carrier holds at any time during the period that starts at the time the carrier receives the notice and ends at the end of the day the carrier receives the notice.

             (2)  In the notice, the Australian Federal Police can only specify:

                     (a)  one person; or

                     (b)  one or more telecommunications services; or

                     (c)  one person and one or more telecommunications services.

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