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Trump’s justice warriors declare war on Google but squib on the real target

The much more lucrative and insidious monopoly is what the internet behemoth makes from selling to its advertisers: you.

Jeffrey Toobin (Image: AP/Charles Dharapak)

Zoom abuse: what makes online workplaces so ripe for harassment?

Online abuse has increased during the pandemic as people are more stressed.

Hunter Biden (Image: ABC News/Youtube/New York Post)

How fake news works — with the assistance of mainstream media

With a new email scandal in the US, traditional media is falling into the same old traps.

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This dark world: messaging app bans more than 350,000 child abusers and terrorists

Telegram, a messaging app favoured by those banned from more mainstream social media platforms, has removed hundreds of thousands of accounts since January.

Donald Trump (Image: PA/Stefani Reynolds)

What does it take for Twitter to ban the Trump campaign's tweets?

More and more accounts connected to the US president are being targeted by the social media platform. What are the rules governing its decision?

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

The tech slog is on: slowly but surely, the walls are closing in on big tech

Each small step towards regulation makes possible a future that seemed unimaginable just a year ago.

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NBN's legion of $200k earners would deserve every cent... if they were doing a great job

More than 850 NBN Co executives are paid more than $200,000. Which would be fine if they were earning their keep.

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18 months on, Christchurch footage is still available on messaging platforms

White-supremacist content, including banned footage of the Christchurch terror attacks, has spread unchecked on messaging platforms while monitors look the other way.

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Meet the Trump-supporting data start-up — coming to track and spy near you

Infamous big-data firm Palantir is set to float on the stock exchange. Just how valuable will the data it harvests be?

Communications Minister Paul Fletcher and former prime minister Kevin Rudd

Remember when fibre to the home was evil? A decade on, Liberals eat their words

The Coalition has spent the past decade denigrating Kevin Rudd's plan for faster internet. Today, they're enacting it.

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