25 November 2013 | The international extension of copyright is often seen as a mechanism through which the global copyright industries can exploit consumers in the developing world by charging prices for cultural products.
22 November 2013 | Social democratic critics of the government’s income management policy often argue that it is driven by neoliberal philosophy, but might they be potential allies in the fight against it?
20 November 2013 | The Victorian government’s announcement that it is ceasing publication of its yearly Statistical Profile of Prisoners at a time of unprecedented growth in prisoners in Victoria is deeply disturbing, writes Amanda George.
15 November 2013 | Australia wants to foster innovation in a digital economy, but our copyright laws discourage businesses from investing in new technologies and make it harder for individuals to access the knowledge upon which innovation is based.
13 November 2013 | A recent report on digital access, use and skills confirms the global trend for mobile ICT but also highlights a growing digital divide between developed countries and developing countries.