Bernard KeaneAug 14, 201716 Comments
The media continues to be unable to use the t-word when the terrorist is white.
Emily WatkinsAug 9, 20179 Comments
Is The New York Times fulfilling its mission in Australia, or is it ruffling too many local feathers?
Aug 7, 20172 Comments
Google and Facebook are both trying to mitigate the influence of fake news. But how successful can they be?
Guy RundleJun 30, 201720 Comments
Good investigative journalism is vital for a pluralist, democratic reflexive society. But whether a mass of the public believe it to be so is quite a different proposition.
CrikeyJun 7, 20171 Comment
Paper defends Mirabella defamation claim ... Shorten not hateful enough for the Oz ... Culleton gets what he wants (sort of)
Bernard KeaneMar 17, 201732 Comments
The reaction of journalists to innocuous comments by the new ACTU secretary reflect a poor understanding of what the law actually is.
CrikeyMar 3, 2017
In response to questions from Crikey yesterday, the department reiterated previous statements in January given to tech publications.
Mar 2, 20172 Comments
It is incumbent on journalists and anyone interested in freedom of speech to talk about these restrictions as much as possible, writes former editor-in-chief of the SMH Peter Fray.
David SalterJan 24, 20179 Comments
Things would go very differently if the Australian press took on President Donald Trump.
Bernard KeaneDec 23, 20166 Comments
The concept of "fake news" distracts from the more serious challenge of quality journalism at time when there are fewer journalists, editors and producers to provide it.