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Is it time to kill the comments section?

Three decades of the internet has familiarised us all with the architecture of online debasement. Can the media afford to keep it intact?

Will Turnbull be so popular once the bad news starts rolling in?

Super Saturday may have told us everything or nothing about the state of the Libs and their popularity.

Coal has the coal-ition by the throat

Crikey readers share their thoughts on the National Energy Guarantee, plus Turnbull's dealings with the Great Barrier Reef Foundations.

A sad day for Australian journalism

Crikey readers respond to the Nine Fairfax merger and the machinations of Labor's new factional pact.

We’ll look back on this era of digital privacy in shame

Crikey readers respond to the end of our Prying Eyes series on digital privacy, and Eric Abetz's emails to GetUp donors.

My Health Record debate is bigger than one database

Crikey readers continue the debate over My Health Records, and respond to Labor's appeal to keep The Checkout.

The lost art of independent critique

Crikey readers respond to Bernard Keane's article on independence in the Productivity Commission.

David Leyonhjelm wants you to know he’s actually pretty woke

Senator David Leyonhjelm and CEO of Melbourne Press Club Mark Baker offer responses to Crikey stories.

The dangers of Australian anti-China rhetoric

Crikey readers share thoughts on how Australian politicians and commentators should approach discussions on China. Plus, overwhelming condemnation for the Catholic Church.

Barrister Bernard Collaery (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

A bad week for Witness K. A worse week for Australian citizens.

Crikey readers explore the ramifications of the prosecution of Witness K and Bernard Collaery, plus the detention of a NZ teenager.