This isn't absurdist comedy. It's tragedy. It shows how ridiculously confident authoritarian regimes are to reach across the world to intimidate and silence critics.
Climate denialism is embedded deeply in the News Corp brand. If they now want to change, is it too little, too late?
The Australian media has settled on the tag for this summer’s fires: they’re 'unprecedented'. But the analysis of the link between the crisis and climate change has been anything but.
News Corp's editorial response to the bushfire crisis has frequently seen facts forced out in favour of grievance, fabrication and diversion
Millions of people in India are being denied access to the internet, which is having direct impact on the economy, education and human rights.
The government's plan to better regulate digital platforms including Facebook and Google leaves a fair bit to be desired.
Avoid, evade, bluster, lie: as political actions lose any consequence, can journalism do anything to hold political power to account?
The intensity of Australia’s bushfires has lit up the fracture in Australia’s media over the climate crisis, and ended the comfortable fiction of shared values within a traditional Fourth Estate.