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Anguished social media warriors have it wrong on Husar

Anguished social media warriors have it wrong on Husar

Many progressives on social media are guilty of exactly the kind of filtering and denialism they deride Trump supporters and climate denialists for.

ABC on the offensive before launch of lifestyle website

ABC on the offensive before launch of lifestyle website

The ABC has hit back at criticism over its upcoming lifestyle site, and announced a launch date. You can check it out for yourself this Monday.

Cheering the Nine-Fairfax deal requires some serious amnesia

Cheering the Nine-Fairfax deal requires some serious amnesia

A reading of the history of Australian media mergers and takeovers shows that the highest value is always on the first day. After that, it's all downhill.

Independent report confirms we're paying a Turnbull Tax on broadband

Independent report confirms we're paying a Turnbull Tax on broadband

The failings of the NBN — and the high cost Australians are paying for Malcolm Turnbull's mishandling of it — have now been confirmed independently.

Sam Chisholm and the rupturing of Australia's digital future

Sam Chisholm and the rupturing of Australia's digital future

Sam Chisholm's backroom antics helped cause Telstra's decline and the sorry state of Australia's digital media landscape.

Slave to the algorithm: Andrew Denton on the new age of media

Slave to the algorithm: Andrew Denton on the new age of media

Andrew Denton talks about the voices being lost in the new media revolution, and how we can stop them from disappearing.

Telstra revamp suggests NBN rollout failure is even worse than we thought

Telstra revamp suggests NBN rollout failure is even worse than we thought

NBN insists it will complete its rollout by 2020. Telstra management doesn't appear to share its optimism, and has scaled back its expectations of NBN-derived revenue based on its own estimate of the troubled broadband provider's rollout.

How The Squiz is taking media briefings to the masses 

How The Squiz is taking media briefings to the masses 

Morning news digest The Squiz has been quietly appearing in more and more inboxes across the country for over a year. But, creator and former spinner Claire Kimball tells Crikey, it's not easy work.

Government's malware backdoor confirms global village idiot status

Government's malware backdoor confirms global village idiot status

The government's backdoor-without-a-backdoor attack on encryption appears to be a long-used police technique that has its own security problems.

Razer: for its own good, the ABC needs critics

Razer: for its own good, the ABC needs critics

Should we all just shut it about the ABC when the broadcaster is under attack by from the government? Why not just give that embattled corporation a break? Well ...