Michael Bradley November 13, 2017 8 Comments
Facebook is asking you to send it your own nudes. And the eSafety Commissioner is encouraging you to do so.
Crikey November 3, 2017 24 Comments
Like democracy, science, and the scientific process, are flawed, but they are still preferable to the crackpottery of Malcolm Roberts, write Tom Osegowitsch and Angela McCabe.
Dan Wood November 1, 2017 2 Comments
Indigenous data sovereignty may provide First Nations communities with valuable future resources to assist with overcoming inequality and disadvantage.
Helen Razer October 5, 2017 4 Comments
The CEO and founder of Facebook is a rare and billionaire type to be sure, but one, thanks to his habit of being very typical very publicly, we can now identify.
Crikey October 4, 2017 5 Comments
Australia had told tech companies that would be free to figure out for themselves how to decrypt encrypted messages, but it has since changed tack, writes freelance journalist John Power.
Helen Razer September 26, 2017 13 Comments
The language of the era is strong and the tone uncompromised. To speak and, especially, to be heard in not only online forums but everyday exchange, we must increasingly trade in the coin of hyperbole.
Crikey September 4, 2017 2 Comments
The agencies dedicated to "protecting our secrets" are insisting on a password security method that even the Daily Mail knows is nonsense, writes John Quiggin.
Crikey August 7, 2017 5 Comments
The government's My Health Record strategy notes lots of privacy concerns, but it doesn’t seem to be particularly interested in road-mapping a resolution to those issues, writes Asher Wolf.
Crikey August 4, 2017 1 Comment
Digital rights organisations and activists were quick to point out their invites to the Melbourne brunch event appeared to have been “misrouted”, writes freelance journalist Asher Wolf.