Bernard KeaneApr 20, 2017
By collecting and using vulnerabilities in widely used software, our own intelligence agencies pose a double threat to business -- while governments preach cybersecurity.
Glenn DyerApr 19, 20171 Comment
Gambling advertisements are propping up failing newspapers' bottom lines. But the more consumers lose on pokies, the less they have to spend at other advertisers. What to do?
Glenn DyerApr 10, 20172 Comments
The Department of Homeland Security tried to force Twitter to "unmask" a government critic, but the threat of a lawsuit from the ACLU forced a backflip.
Glenn DyerApr 7, 2017
Twitter argues that its users are protected under the first amendment to the US Constitution with the right to “anonymous or pseudonymous political speech”.
Emily WatkinsApr 6, 20177 Comments
Not even News Corp's own columnists are safe from the vitriol of their colleagues and readers, if they dare to side with Public Enemy No. 1 Gillian Triggs.
Emily WatkinsApr 6, 20176 Comments
Lest we forget, Mark Latham once campaigned to be prime minister. He is now hosting Facebook Live video with terrible sound, and his co-host appears to be a cardboard cut-out of Donald Trump.
Emily WatkinsMar 21, 2017
The Press Council found pictures focusing on the TV host's body and comments on his weight were unfair.
CrikeyMar 15, 20179 Comments
In which Daisy Cousens recalls the time she met, among others, Andrew Bolt, "the man whose writings I devoured every day with the same voracious enthusiasm that an overweight woman would devour apple pies".
Emily WatkinsMar 15, 20172 Comments
New Australian news digest The Squiz seems very similar to American email product TheSkimm.
Emily WatkinsMar 14, 201712 Comments
Camera operators and sound recordists are among those who will be made redundant at the ABC as the national broadcaster brings back the Hunger Games redundancies.