Helen RazerMay 23, 20178 Comments
We didn't elect Mark Zuckerberg. He is not qualified to guide democracy, nor to fix much of anything outside of Facebook's censorship policy.
Bernard KeaneMay 19, 20173 Comments
Finally forced to interview Julian Assange over sexual assault claims, Swedish prosecutors have abandoned their pursuit of the Australian publisher.
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.
CrikeyMar 24, 20173 Comments
Nauru deaths? ... CIA nerds ... rock the (Parliament) house ...
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.
Helen RazerFeb 23, 201746 Comments
Does it really need to be said that Western voters are turning their backs on the centre? Apparently, yes, it does.
Guy RundleJan 19, 201710 Comments
People want the revelations that WikiLeaks makes, without wanting WikiLeaks or its methods overmuch.
CrikeyJan 18, 20173 Comments
Think of the children! (and the butts) ... Donald Trump, Superbowl entertainment ... is Assange turning himself in? ...
Guy RundleDec 8, 201611 Comments
The rape allegations against Assange were an early manifestation of a split on the left/progressive side. That has deepened with his release of his second interview with prosecutors.
CrikeyNov 15, 20163 Comments
The cat has more than one tie, with a Fairfax journo tweeting that it has also been seen in a blue tie.