As we've done with previous federal polls, EFA has rated a selection of the parties contesting this Saturday's Western Australian half-Senate re-election. The Greens and the Pirate Party remain the stand-out choices for people concerned about digital rights, however the … Continue reading

20 years ago, iiNet was still a very new small ISP in a suburban garage, and iiNet co-founder Michael Malone was one of those who recognised the need for an organisation to protect the online civil rights of Australians, similar … Continue reading

EFA is very proud to present our next EFA Speak Out, featuring Narelle Clark. Narelle is a long-standing Life Member of EFA and is currently the President of the Internet Society of Australia and sits on the Internet Society’s global … Continue reading

By Nicolas Suzor, Queensland University of Technology. Dr Suzor is a Life Member and former Chair of EFA. Everyone knows there’s a problem with copyright. Artists get paid very little for their work, and legitimate consumers aren’t getting a very … Continue reading

Media Release: Canberra, 13th February 2014 Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA) todays calls on the federal government and opposition to support the prompt introduction of fair use into Australian copyright law. Australia’s current Copyright Act is no longer fit for purpose … Continue reading