Good morning, early birds. A Nine investigation has uncovered Crown Resorts' alleged far-reaching links to Chinese criminal and political figures, and Australia looks to lead the Five Eyes intelligence network in tackling online child exploitation. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
Good morning, early birds. Australia has pushed for the UK to follow suit on its Huawei 5G ban, and new shadow Home Affairs spokesperson Kristina Keneally makes a case for immigration. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
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Responsibility for the global ransomware attack underway rests with an intelligence community that recklessly stockpiles software flaws for their own use, rather than have them fixed to improve security.
Americans are angry at the idea of Russian cyber-spies interfering in US politics. Except, the US and its allies do exactly the same thing on a far greater scale.
What no one will say about today's national cybersecurity strategy ostensibly focused on defending ourselves against malicious online actors is that we are the worst of the lot.
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?