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‘Hacking democracy’: a tool to streamline our Right To Know

A new website from OpenAustralia makes it easier to submit freedom of information requests — and the process becomes more transparent.

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Simons: Dear (Media) Diary, you are just so predictable …

The swipe at me in The Australian’s Diary column this morning is so predictable one wonders if it is even worth a response, writes Margaret Simons.

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Keating slams media hypocrisy

University PR flaks buzzed anxiously as Crikey arrived at the University of Melbourne’s Carrillo Gantner Theatre last night to witness Paul Keating wade into the election campaign via a well-researched speech on the media’s notorious allergy to privacy.

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The slippery moral high ground of Right to Know

Sadly, when it comes to media campaigns, the moral high ground is awfully slippery.

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Mark Scott: The trouble with reporting the truth

Today is World Press Freedom Day. ABC boss Mark Scott reflects on the lack of free speech, government censorship and media control in countries — Fiji, Sri Lanka etc — less fortunate than our own.

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