Myriam RobinJan 10, 2017
The blogger who named two of the women embroiled in the Tim Worner affairs scandal has a history of testing the limits of the legal system.
Myriam RobinJan 9, 20176 Comments
The Australian Reddit community has long been aware of how reporters trawl the social network for story leads, and appears more than willing to lead them astray for shits and giggles.
Myriam RobinDec 22, 20165 Comments
Journalists including our own Bernard Keane have taken part in the first Australian media junket organised by the Palestinian lobby.
Dec 16, 20162 Comments
“I like to think of it as more of a Trojan Horse than a hoax -- essentially because I dressed up an attack in a very pretty package and let the reporters take the bait.” Freelance journalist Harrison Johnstone reports.
Myriam RobinDec 14, 20169 Comments
It's not often you see a book on a Sydney celebrity published through a university press. But Jacenko has been rather more interesting than most publicists.
Myriam RobinDec 14, 20164 Comments
Sam Armytage's lawyer says speculation about her underwear breaches her reasonable expectation of privacy. If a judge agrees, it could forever change the business of paparazzi photography.
Guy RundleDec 6, 201629 Comments
Won't someone please think of poor Amanda Vanstone?
Myriam RobinNov 28, 201614 Comments
Publishing fake news has proven a lucrative business model -- with very real consequences.
Bernard KeaneNov 17, 20166 Comments
Revelations of trafficking of Australians' metadata illustrate that data retention -- which has no benefits for law enforcement -- is a serious threat to Australians.
CrikeyNov 2, 20162 Comments
Ardent Leisure CEO Deborah Thomas has referred social media threats against herself and her family to NSW Police, after media outlets published photographs of her apartment building and the school her teenage son attends.