A staffer for Scott Morrison has publicly apologised for sending an advanced digital copy of Malcolm Turnbull’s new book to 59 friends and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has been ordered to develop a mandatory code of conduct between tech giants such as Facebook and Google and news media companies.
The results have been used as evidence of America's "cold civil war", with either side able to interpret them as they wish. To an extent, that division has been imported to Australia.
Today in Media Files, the ABC's current affairs boss Bruce Belsham is retiring amid lagging ratings.
Is Donald Trump a bully? Is Malcolm Turnbull a coward? Or should we not have refugees on Nauru and Manus Island to begin with? It all depends on your point of view, writes freelance journalist John Martinkus.
Chris Mitchell made some big changes to the way things were done at The Australian.
Far be it from Crikey, or any media outlet, to offer any advice to the AFP about tracking down a leak. But a well-informed tipster suggests one approach that we understand has been used successfully before and requires no one to trawl through anyone’s metadata. Statuary declarations are legally binding documents. Knowingly providing false information […]
The conservatoriat has such a deep-seated psychological need for the right to be right, that it can't feed back accurate information to its own side.
Paris is the birthplace of political terrorism, and last week's attacks cannot be understood in a vacuum.