Lurid reports of Chinese hacking omit that we engage in exactly the same — and occasionally worse — cyber-espionage.
The Australian filmmaker has been labelled “a pawn in Cambodia's fierce domestic crackdown”, as press freedom advocates condemn his six-year sentence.
Over and over, the history of intelligence services in Australia is that the only people made to suffer are those who reveal wrongdoing or incompetence.
Good morning, early birds. Senior security and intelligence personnel discuss a dramatic change to the way Australia deals with suspected foreign spies. Plus, Australia delivers "one of the worst aid projects in the South Pacific". It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The Wall Street Journal claims Rupert Murdoch's ex-wife, Wendi Deng, is a spy. We take a look back at how their relationship blossomed to begin with.
This move adds yet another layer on existing legislation that is designed to protect the government from embarrassment, rather than from genuine threats.
The latest Snowden revelations about Australia reveal how surveillance is aimed at economic espionage - despite the Prime Minister's claims otherwise.
The whistleblower in the East Timor spying case tried to use internal mechanisms to raise concerns, and was ignored. They're now under fire for going public. Well, what were they supposed to do?
The NSA decided that it would breach an agreement not to spy on its closest allies like Australia, Edward Snowden has revealed -- while journalists quarrel over national security. To what extent should the media play gatekeeper on classified material?