‘Privacy is dead!’ This seems to be what we are continually told these days. Whether it is completely dead is questionable of course. It has certain taken some strong body blows over the last few decades; some of these unexpected … Continue reading

With President-elect Trump's victory, the last hopes of the Obama administration passing the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) during the lame duck session of Congress have evaporated. The passage of the TPP through Congress was dependent upon support from members of the … Continue reading

EFA is disappointed that the Attorney-General has ignored the major threats to freedom of expression in Australia in framing the terms of reference for the parliamentary inquiry he announced today. The extremely narrow terms of reference for this inquiry mean … Continue reading

Late last month saw a truly historic day in copyright, one some of us feared we'd never see. On 29th September 2016, the Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published Works for Persons Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired or Otherwise … Continue reading

A prolonged Internet outage affecting major sites like Twitter, Netflix, Spotify and The New York Times on friday has commentators concerned that this is was a practice run for future, more widespread disruption of the internet. The distributed denial of … Continue reading