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The Department of Foreign Affairs' attempt to gag debate over a bribery scandal has blown up in its face. It should explain its role in the Victorian Supreme Court superinjunction.

DFAT needs to explain itself over ‘superinjunction’ debacle

The Department of Foreign Affairs' attempt to gag debate over a bribery scandal has blown up in its face. It should explain its role in the Victorian Supreme Court superinjunction.

The escalator of decline returns, and what was that about a duck? And other media tidbits of the day.

Media briefs: down and down at the Oz … ducking the issue … 1300 jobs lost …

The escalator of decline returns, and what was that about a duck? And other media tidbits of the day.

WikiLeaks' revelation of a Victorian Court gag order recalls that the overuse of such orders can be defeated by the threat of online exposure.

WikiLeaks reveals (not so) superinjunction

WikiLeaks' revelation of a Victorian Court gag order recalls that the overuse of such orders can be defeated by the threat of online exposure.

More details of Nathan Tinkler's troubled financial situation are set to be made public, after the lifting of a super-injunction against Fairfax.

Judge lifts Tinkler’s gag on Fairfax

More details of Nathan Tinkler's troubled financial situation are set to be made public, after the lifting of a super-injunction against Fairfax.

The controversial issue of human rights for corporations took an unexpected turn this week in Britain.

Corporate personhood — and a right to privacy?

The controversial issue of human rights for corporations took an unexpected turn this week in Britain.

Belatedly, the government is acting on a longstanding recommendation about a right to privacy. But it's a little hypocritical.

How the media will react to a right to privacy

Belatedly, the government is acting on a longstanding recommendation about a right to privacy. But it's a little hypocritical.

Parliamentarians have a long history of using parliamentary privilege to say whatever they desire, writes Crikey intern <b>Esther Ooi</b>.

Parliamentary Privilege’s Greatest Hits

Parliamentarians have a long history of using parliamentary privilege to say whatever they desire, writes Crikey intern Esther Ooi.

Twitter has been used again to breach several superinjunctions protecting British celebrities.

Twitter and the right to privacy of rich British men

Twitter has been used again to breach several superinjunctions protecting British celebrities.

WikiLeaks ... all-in-all, quite a set of leaks. A whole new source of secret information? Well, not quite.

Rundle’s meaty bites: Gitmo, the Grauniad … Shtupping … Trump-style Oz …

WikiLeaks ... all-in-all, quite a set of leaks. A whole new source of secret information? Well, not quite.

Phone hacking, superinjunctions and WikiLeaks sum up the problems of the UK media -- which are being replicated here. Forget about a statutory protection of privacy in this environment.

Superinjunctions, phone hacks and WikiLeaks: media at the crossroads

Phone hacking, superinjunctions and WikiLeaks sum up the problems of the UK media -- which are being replicated here. Forget about a statutory protection of privacy in this environment.

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