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Xi Jinping and Scott Morrison (Images: AAP)

It's not just China — everyone plays in the world of open-source intelligence

Before we clutch our pearls about the Chinese, remember we've been doing all that and worse for a long time.

ABC News channel presenter Joe O'Brien (Image: ABC)

For the national broadcaster, cut to the core is both a reality and an aspiration

The crisis in media in Australia leaves the ABC in an invidious position of being asked to make up for gaps in commercial services when its funding is being reduced.

US President Donald Trump (Image: AP/Alex Brandon)

Anatomy of a racist Trump tweet

Crikey talks to the experts about the US president's use of racist language on social media.

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Time for the government — and media — to tell the truth about cyber hysteria

The government has no right to lecture anyone about cybersecurity while it is party to making the world's IT networks less secure — all in the name of spying for western corporations.

Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg (Image: AAP/Bianca De Marchi)

Treasurer recycles News Corp's Google attack. Will it help him? Just ask Malcolm

News Corp falsely claims tech giants like Google steal content from it. And now Josh Frydenberg has endorsed its lies.

An unlikely encryption supporter emerges to frustrate enemies of privacy

While western governments continue to demand the ability to spy on all their citizens, one key security agency says encryption must be protected at all costs.

Disney joins the streaming wars as competitors vie for monopoly

Feel like the TV streaming market was already a little crowded before the launch of Disney+? It's only going to get worse.

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg with Robert Thomson, CEO of News Corp. (Image: AP/Mark Lennihan)

Let the News Corp-Facebook back scratching begin

News Corp and Facebook are set to benefit from the launch of the latter's news platform, but both companies are playing a separate game.

ASIC chair James Shipton. (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

How to make it big, big, BIG in investment publishing

Port Phillip Publishing is the largest independent investment publisher in the country. But its sensational approach has seen the business run afoul of regulators, competitors and even their own subscribers.

The conference banning whistleblower speeches

The organisation charged with coordinating Australia's cyber security has decided the views of experts on whistleblowing need to be silenced at this year's Australian Cyber Conference.

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