That's why I'm a little alarmed to read at least one of our vigilant defenders has a small gap in his technical awareness.
HANEEF: No sometimes I use Skype.
AFP: How does that work?
HANEEF: That's just an Internet calling.
AFP: Okay, I'm unfamiliar with that, that's all. What do you need for that?
I'll read on, as soon as I've carried out my civic duty of telling the AFP about the highly secretive and dangerous Internet technology known as Skype. The highly-trained AFP interrogator also appears not to know what a Yahoo chat is, what years Indians attend school, what a medical intern is, or even the basic geography of Bangalore or the state of Karnataka. In the alternative, the AFP interrogator may know all these things but decided they're so secret they had to be kept from Haneef and his lawyer at any cost.
If this is the best the AFP can do, we should all invest in rubber bed sheets. And while we're at it, we might like to recall the French state was so busy framing Dreyfus they allowed the real spy, Esterhazy to escape.