Bernard Keane August 19, 2013 41 Comments
A decision by the WikiLeaks Party to direct preferences away from Julian Assange's strongest political supporter has incensed supporters. They should have known better.
Bernard Keane July 8, 2013 1 Comment
The Attorney-General's Department has admitted it did more on data retention than it claimed to a parliamentary committee.
Bernard Keane June 20, 2013 3 Comments
Questions continue to grow about the extent of the Attorney-General Department's work on data retention, and whether it is hiding it from scrutiny. Is AGD quietly developing legislation on data retention?
Bernard Keane May 30, 2013 1 Comment
Evidence to a Senate committee from Attorney-General's officials about its data retention preparations sits poorly with what we already know.
Bernard Keane May 30, 2013 6 Comments
The Attorney-General's Department has admitted data retention will be "trivially easy" to avoid and that intelligence services want to be able to break into encrypted internet systems like Tor.
Bernard Keane February 20, 2013 22 Comments
The Greens are on track to underperform compared with the 2010 election. In which case, getting your competitor to differentiate you isn't such a bad strategy.
Bernard Keane August 23, 2012 39 Comments
Little concern appeared to attend another significant extension of the powers of intelligence and law enforcement agencies yesterday.
Bernard Keane June 21, 2012 29 Comments
Green Senator Scott Ludlam has backed Julian Assange's claim that he has been abandoned by the government.
Andrew Crook January 24, 2012 19 Comments
West Australian Greens Senator Scott Ludlam says his iPhone may have been hacked by the federal government so it could keep tabs on an internet activist.