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We'll look back on this era of digital privacy in shame

We'll look back on this era of digital privacy in shame

Crikey readers respond to the end of our Prying Eyes series on digital privacy, and Eric Abetz's emails to GetUp donors.

Home Affairs wouldn't be the only office with bizarre rules

Home Affairs wouldn't be the only office with bizarre rules

Home Affairs has denied reports of office bans on high heels and polka dot clothing, and Crikey readers have written in with their own separate experiences.

My Health Record debate is bigger than one database

My Health Record debate is bigger than one database

Crikey readers continue the debate over My Health Records, and respond to Labor's appeal to keep The Checkout.

Australia should have abandoned the American alliance long ago

Australia should have abandoned the American alliance long ago

Crikey readers respond to Trump's latest moves in Helsinki, and Georgina Downer's silence on climate change.

The lost art of independent critique

The lost art of independent critique

Crikey readers respond to Bernard Keane's article on independence in the Productivity Commission.

My Health Records' rewards outweigh its risks

My Health Records' rewards outweigh its risks

"The greatest game-changer since penicillin"-- Crikey readers debate both sides of My Health Record.

What about the children in less clickworthy peril?

What about the children in less clickworthy peril?

Crikey readers respond to Helen Razer's critiques of the Thai cave media frenzy, and Kylie Jenner's latest limelight.

The power's out in Australia. How do we fix it?

The power's out in Australia. How do we fix it?

Crikey readers take on Australia's cost-of-living problems.

Would a boycott put an end to racist programming?

Would a boycott put an end to racist programming?

Crikey readers respond to Channel 7's "African gangs" coverage, and the Brexit disaster in the UK.

Labor misses an easy goal in the war for the ABC

Labor misses an easy goal in the war for the ABC

Crikey readers maintain the rage for the national broadcaster.