Flying Nazi flags is abhorrent. But new laws against them won’t make the slightest difference to Australia's drift to authoritarianism.
The Eros Association's annual adult industry night is a reminder that there's a passionate resistance to Australia's moralising over adult content.
Crikey readers on the Right to Know campaign, and the alt-right's use of memes.
Good morning, early birds. Major media companies have censored their front pages in protest of the government's crackdown on press freedom, and infrastructure continues to lag despite repeated calls for a boost. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
Aged 11, Olympia Nelson found herself at the centre of a media storm, after a nude photograph, taken by her late mother, Polixeni Papaetrou, landed on the cover of Art Monthly. Now, she's back in Melbourne for a new exhibition of her mum's work.
Under a scheme floated by government MPs, journalists would have to allow the government to censor their work if they were to avoid being raided and prosecuted for leaked material.
When auction house Mossgreen wanted to run an ad featuring Charles Blackman’s 1980 painting Women Lovers, it found there is a line Facebook won't cross.
The company responsible for delaying film releases in Australia says it will chase down people who pirate their films.