StilgherrianApr 19, 20167 Comments
Cutting-edge intelligence analysis and document discovery software made the Panama Papers possible.
StilgherrianAug 6, 20154 Comments
Startups, much like traditional businesses, can and do create systems of discrimination.
StilgherrianJun 19, 20159 Comments
Big tech companies know exactly where you are, what you buy, where you live, who your friends are and what you do. And they are going to try to exploit that information to sell you something.
StilgherrianJun 2, 20152 Comments
It seems the government has a permanent ace up its sleeve, provided by the Telecommunications Act, with regard to policing the internet.
StilgherrianApr 27, 201521 Comments
What tweets do we have in store if even our national broadcasters won't defend our freedom-of-political speech?
StilgherrianApr 8, 201511 Comments
The Federal Court has granted Dallas Buyers Club the right to order ISPs to divulge the names and addresses of people who used BitTorrent to download the 2013 film.
StilgherrianFeb 20, 20152 Comments
The world's largest manufacturer of PCs and laptops has left its customers wide open to attacks by hackers.
StilgherrianDec 16, 201415 Comments
If Uber wants to be anything more than a top-end service for the digital elite, there are a lot of changes it needs to make.
StilgherrianNov 18, 20142 Comments
Should you have the "right to be forgotten"? No one can agree what the EU's landmark case means -- or should mean -- for Australia.
StilgherrianNov 12, 20142 Comments
Watch out, Apple and Samsung -- Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei has a very smart entrant into the Australian market.