Good morning, early birds. Online giants Facebook and YouTube have defended their platforms' responses to live-streamed footage of Friday's Christchurch shootings, and the Coalition unveils pre-election transport and jobs plans. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
As social media giants are under pressure over the hosting of Christchurch attack footage, legacy media outlets are finding they're not free from scrutiny.
The regulatory tide has turned against big tech companies with a vengeance — but will consumer interests be addressed in the rush to regulate?
The devolution of a Facebook NRL memes page into something much more insidious has raised important questions about how the internet and the law intersect.
As Mark Zuckerberg starts talking about the importance of "privacy", it's important to note his definition might be different from yours.
Media organisations may get what they asked for. But there's a catch.
It's time to find new ways for advertising to support the discovery of independent news.
It's very unlikely former Don Dale detainee Dylan Voller will win this one, but we should all be watching closely.
Ginger Gorman chased down Facebook and Twitter for months with questions about online abuse. She got answers, but she can't exactly report them.