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Government's social media policy reprehensible and absurd, civil libertarians say

Unions and civil liberties groups have described the federal government's new social media policy for public servants as reprehensible and absurd.
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Calls for teacher training to deal with inappropriate sexual behaviour by primary students

There are calls for more training for teachers to help them deal with problematic sexual behaviour in primary schools.
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Growing calls for better recognition of "what blackbirding really was"

Support is growing for better recognition of Australian South Sea Islanders.
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"Better things to do": Husic logs off Twitter

It's the preferred platform of Donald Trump, but to some politicians in Australia, Twitter isn't worth the energy.
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Insight: The rub between WINZ and beneficiaries

The vision of the Ministry of Social Development is to help New Zealanders to help themselves to be safe, strong and independent. But many beneficiaries are taking to social media to talk about its lack of humanity.
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Fiji silenced part 2: Controlling the message

First-hand accounts and leaked documents reveal the extent of the Fijian government’s control over the media and public service.
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Julie Bishop's warning to Communist Party-affiliated Chinese uni students

Julie Bishop has issued a blunt warning to Chinese University students affiliated with the Communist Party, urging them to respect freedom of speech in Australia.
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Fake news and social media: 'bots' are getting smarter

There is growing concern about the impact of artificial intelligence on the global media landscape.
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Victims welcome High Court ruling on lenient child abuse sentencing in Victoria

The High Court of Australia has ruled that current sentencing practices are one factor to be considered in a judge's decision making, but not the controlling factor.
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Fiji silenced part 1: China's secret mission exposed

Why did Chinese police enter Fiji and deport seventy-seven of their own citizens? Hagar Cohen investigates.