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What happens to Assange now?

What happens to Assange now?

Barrister and legal adviser to Julian Assange, Greg Barns, discusses the developments in Assange's case and what's likely to come next.

Rush judgment a crushing blow for Me Too

Rush judgment a crushing blow for Me Too

The Rush case points to a deeper problem and a systemic misunderstanding about the issues that drive complicity in sexual harassment and assault cases.

The government's rush to criminalise online content will have consequences

The government's rush to criminalise online content will have consequences

Christchurch has spurred the government to rush through laws on sharing and hosting violent content, but their haste has left some gaping holes with potentially dire outcomes.

Did One Nation staffers break the law by seeking NRA money?

Did One Nation staffers break the law by seeking NRA money?

Attorney-General Christian Porter wouldn't comment on whether One Nation breached Australian laws by trying to solicit money from the NRA.

How the Witness K/Collaery case is being delayed into oblivion

How the Witness K/Collaery case is being delayed into oblivion

This is Australian politics' biggest scandal, and the most powerful people in the country are ensuring you know as little about it as possible.

Mark Latham's new defamation case could prompt religious hate speech laws

Mark Latham's new defamation case could prompt religious hate speech laws

Mark Latham is facing another defamation case after tweeting about a UNSW student incorrectly suspected of plotting a terror attack. The result could be far-reaching.

The Indigenous issues that have been overlooked ahead of the NSW election

The Indigenous issues that have been overlooked ahead of the NSW election

The election is just a couple of days out. There's plenty more that needs to be discussed.

The unreality of Pell's sentencing

The unreality of Pell's sentencing

Inside the courtroom for the final day of Pell's historic trial.

When harmful content is posted online, who is ultimately responsible?

When harmful content is posted online, who is ultimately responsible?

The devolution of a Facebook NRL memes page into something much more insidious has raised important questions about how the internet and the law intersect.

Authorities relentlessly hound whistleblower behind the Afghan Files

Authorities relentlessly hound whistleblower behind the Afghan Files

From Collaery and Witness K to McBride, we've seen an acceleration of punitive laws aimed at those who reveal alleged government misconduct.