Google is planning on relaunching a censored search engine in China, raising protest from human rights groups and its own employees.
Now ex-PM Malcolm Turnbull made a great effort to elevate technology to the front of Australia's national conversation. Multiple failures aside, it was the direction the country needed.
Under draconian new laws designed to undermine encryption, the government wants to jail people who fail to surrender their passwords.
The government has unveiled a bill to enable it to force tech companies to cooperate with its efforts to defeat encryption, including by planting viruses on devices.
Despite a colossal level of hype, a few small signs indicate driverless cars might be on our roads sooner rather than later.
There are eight things the Turnbull government could do right now to fix the My Health Record debacle.
The failings of the NBN — and the high cost Australians are paying for Malcolm Turnbull's mishandling of it — have now been confirmed independently.
From airline lounges to cricket matches, our faces are already being read everywhere. But what's protecting us from misuse of that data?
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners has distanced itself from the government's My Health Record roll-out, as the agency responsible for the scheme deals with accusations of defamation.
The amount of information governments can obtain about us without a warrant is growing dramatically. But it's not too late to prevent a major assault on our privacy.