(1) The Attorney-General may, by legislative instrument, determine that:
(a) an offence against a specified provision of a specified Australian law or a specified foreign law; or
(b) an offence against an Australian law or a foreign law involving specified conduct;
is a national security offence for the purposes of paragraph (f) of the definition of national security offence in section 3.
(2) A determination under subsection (1) applies in relation to:
(a) applications made under this Act after the determination takes effect; and
(b) applications made under this Act before the determination takes effect that have not been decided before the determination takes effect.