Bernard KeaneMar 8, 20179 Comments
WikiLeaks has unveiled a vast trove of documents that illustrate how security agencies have attacked the operating systems of our mobile devices in order to spy on us.
Mar 6, 2017
It turns out that the more emotional a tweet is, the more likely it is to be believed, writes freelance journalist Anthea Batsakis.
Glenn DyerMar 3, 20171 Comment
Of course James Murdoch loves the BBC ...
Charlie LewisFeb 17, 2017
A $300,000 fine is substantially more than the cost of employing a court reporter. Just saying.
Jan 25, 201714 Comments
The Herald Sun sounded the drums of war against people sleeping rough at Flinders Street Station. Then crosstown rival The Age joined the fray, writes freelance journalist John Martinkus.
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.