S 85B repealed by No 67 of 2018, s 3 and Sch 2 item 5, applicable to conduct that occurs on or after 29 December 2018. S 85B formerly read:
SECTION 85B Hearing in camera etc.
At any time before or during the hearing before a federal court, a court exercising federal jurisdiction or a court of a Territory of an application or other proceedings, whether in pursuance of this Act or otherwise, the judge or magistrate, or other person presiding or competent to preside over the proceedings, may, if satisfied that such a course is expedient in the interest of the defence of the Commonwealth:
order that some or all of the members of the public shall be excluded during the whole or a part of the hearing of the application or proceedings;
order that no report of the whole or a specified part of or relating to the application or proceedings shall be published; or
make such order and give such directions as he or she thinks necessary for ensuring that no person, without the approval of the court, has access, either before, during or after the hearing of the application or the proceedings, to any affidavit, exhibit, information or other document used in the application or the proceedings that is on the file in the court or in the records of the court.
A person who contravenes or fails to comply with an order made or direction given in pursuance of this section commits an offence.