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This paper explores the digital divide between urban and rural communities, and how this impacts regional development.
With the recent political explosion in Australia – the dumping of yet another prime minister – came an avalanche of political interviews. But how much did we learn from these public interrogations? Have political interviews infused with intense media management run out of puff? With...
For years, researchers and social critics have worried that the newest generation of American adults is less interested in news than those who grew up in the pre-digital age.
Social media and mobile play a large role in Millennial news consumption. 94% of those...
The Government has released use cases collected as part of a study into the new and innovate ways Australian organisations are using open government data.
The study targets companies and non-profit organisations that use open government data to generate new business, develop new products...
The way the media reports on a community can have a powerful impact on the way the broader society perceives them. The less that’s known about that community, the more power the media wields, as a primary source of understanding.
Media coverage can foster...
This paper considers the role of the criminal law in respect to revenge pornography and the adequacy of existing civil law remedies for serious invasions of privacy by means of revenge pornography.
Privacy issues are currently on the agenda of public...
The World Wide Web has provided unprecedented access to information; as humans and machines increasingly interact with it they provide more and more data. The challenge is how to analyse and interpret this data within the context that it was created, and to present it...
Prime Minister Tony Abbott seems to have brokered some kind of peace deal with the ABC over his ban on frontbenchers appearing on Q&A. But there are at least six problems with this picture.
On Friday, it was reported that Abbott would: … drop...
This paper dismantles the self-described Islamic State's brand into its constituent narratives and the various target audiences into their composite parts.
The following report sheds light on the strategic motivations of, and implications to, Islamic State’s media operation. By analysing...
Examining access to and the extent of engagement with the Internet in illicit drug-using populations may provide an indication of the extent to which the online illicit drug market is usurping the physical illicit drug market, according to this report.