With no authorisation, Australian police used an app that searches through billions of social media photos to identify people.
The government is planning to give itself the power to override restrictions on accessing journalists' data as part of a deal with the United States to spy on each others' citizens.
Good morning, early birds. The Medicare details of three former police commissioners may have been sold to the highest bidder, and Julian Assange’s extradition fight could last years. It’s the news you need to know, with Charlie Lewis.
Good morning, early birds. Congress will push forward with impeachment proceedings for President Donald Trump following a vote in the US House of Representatives, and the AFP pledges fewer raids and more transparency. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
Journalists were trying to land a story about George Christensen's travel for months. As soon as they did, it was framed as a beat-up. Inq takes a look behind the scenes.
When the George Christensen travel story first broke, there was a lot we didn’t know. It's now clear that story started well before the headlines...
George Christensen calls Inq on his wedding night to address what he has called a 'vile and hateful' smear campaign against him. But key questions remain unanswered...
Good morning, early birds. The Trump administration has made it more difficult for asylum seekers to seek refuge in the USA, and Australian Federal Police Commissioner Andrew Colvin’s resignation is under closer scrutiny. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The ABC's court challenge over the AFP raids will put Australia's freedoms to the test. Hopefully we come out with the right result.
The Home Affairs portfolio is continuing its relentless empire-building, pressing for part-control of military intelligence — and giving spies access to a vast new trove of corporate and personal information.