Bernard KeaneSep 2, 20163 Comments
While we focus on the threat of Chinese hackers, we're oblivious to the danger posed to us by our own security agencies with mass surveillance powers.
Aug 24, 2016
Media interest turned closer to home as the Olympics wrapped up.
Bernard KeaneAug 22, 20164 Comments
Rather than accept that banning online gambling doesn't work and makes problem gambling worse, the government is determined to impose a nanny state solution.
Bernard KeaneAug 19, 20165 Comments
Our intelligence agencies are supposed to keep us safe -- so why do they deliberately keep IT security flaws secret from users?
Aug 10, 20163 Comments
Fairfax says more than half its earnings will come from things other than its print papers in the year ahead.
Bernard KeaneAug 10, 201616 Comments
The stunning failure of the census last night reflects not merely on the Australian Bureau of Statistics but a government that has bungled virtually everything since the election.
Myriam RobinAug 9, 20164 Comments
The ABC does not seem keen on the suggestion its business journalists should be closer to industry.
Myriam RobinJul 25, 2016
The Press Council has handed down its verdict on the widely derided Paul Sheehan article.
Josh TaylorJul 22, 2016
Popular torrents website Kick Ass is dead. But the Australian music industry is suing anyway.
Bernard KeaneJul 13, 20163 Comments
Don't be too worried about the privacy implications of Pokemon Go -- the internet of things is turning everywhere into a panopticon.