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Tracey Spicer is cancelled

Tracey Spicer is cancelled

Tracey Spicer tried to take on the systemic sexual harassment of women and its lingering damage. For her sins, she's now damned by the left.

The defamatory adventures of Mark Latham

The defamatory adventures of Mark Latham

No one else with parliamentary privilege so regularly gets into trouble for their inflammatory (and occasionally defamatory) comments.

The tabloid giant trying to kill Ronan Farrow's new Me Too book

The tabloid giant trying to kill Ronan Farrow's new Me Too book

Dylan Howard has threatened defamation action, and Amazon are running scared. It's an interesting move from someone who's made a career trashing other people's reputations.

This level of unthinking ignorance on pill-testing is astounding

This level of unthinking ignorance on pill-testing is astounding

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and the rest of the anti-pill-testing rabble are driven by blind, bull-headed ignorance.

Nick Xenophon seeks the spotlight yet again

Nick Xenophon seeks the spotlight yet again

Nick Xenophon says his new law firm won't be afraid to defend its clients publicly. Given his behaviour during his time in politics, we can't say we're surprised.

Is this the new normal?

Is this the new normal?

Extinction Rebellion has faced a calculated overreaction from right-wing media and the Coalition. Is that co-opting our supposedly apolitical police forces?

Is Lawyer X's lost 'libido' really in the public interest?

Is Lawyer X's lost 'libido' really in the public interest?

The Age's latest story about the Nicola Gobbo saga raises questions about responsible reporting on mental health.

How does ICAC gather information?

How does ICAC gather information?

Ever wondered how NSW's Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) gathers information during investigations? Crikey explains.

Clive Palmer's latest defamation threat is the new norm for online content

Clive Palmer's latest defamation threat is the new norm for online content

There's nothing unusual about politicians sending legal threats to media companies, but small publishers and private citizens increasingly need to watch their words too.

2GB boss can't take his own medicine

2GB boss can't take his own medicine

Macquarie Media has spent millions on defamation payouts courtesy of its stable of shock jocks. But now CEO Adam Lang finds himself in the plaintiff's chair.