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"There needs to be a complete rethink of the way we allow political parties to operate," says the Chair of Digital Rights Watch, Tim Norton.
The Duterte Government in the Philippines is driving a propaganda war on the back of the rising popularity of social media, especially Facebook, according to journalist, Maria Ressa
A new term has entered the lexicon—'alternative facts'.
It was used by Donald Trump's adviser Kellyanne Conway to defend those claims by the administration that the crowds at Trump's inauguration last month were bigger than Barack Obama's in 2008.
Media organisations have loudly...
Disgraced former New South Wales Labor minister Eddie Obeid has spent his first night in jail.
Yesterday the former powerbroker was sentenced to five years in jail, with a minimum non-parole period of three years. In June, he was found guilty of misconduct in...
As the US presidential race heads into the home stretch, new polls show Donald Trump closing in on Hillary Clinton. And the Republican nominee is hoping to close that gap even further, following the launch of his $10 million TV campaign, which is airing in...
Last night, the national census ended in disaster, after the Australian Bureau of Statistics website crashed, leaving millions of frustrated people unable to lodge their census forms.
The bureau's chief statistician, David Kalisch, says the site was taken down after four separate cyber attacks...
Technology is changing the way newsrooms around the world operate, with drones, virtual reality and even games all now being used to report on stories. But there's more - robots could soon be writing your news.
The Associated Press in the US has employed...
The Abbott Government says its proposed metadata retention laws are critical to fighting crime and terrorism.
But similar schemes in Europe have been wound back following legal challenges.
This week the District Court of The Hague scrapped the Netherlands’ data retention law, finding...
The revelation that internet company TPG is planning to become Australia's fourth main mobile phone company has sent shockwaves through the telecommunications industry.
TPG plans to spend around $1.9 billion to build a new 4G mobile phone network, and the news has sent Telstra's...