Monthly Archives: August 2013

Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA), Australia’s leading voice for digital rights since 1994, today released an election scorecard rating a number of national political parties on a range of policies relating to digital rights. The Australian Greens and the Pirate Party … Continue reading

With new threats to online freedoms appearing with frightening regularity (from SOPA to ACTA, and from the TPP to the recent PRISM scandal), it's logical to assume internet users will increasingly turn toward privacy tools to protect their online data … Continue reading

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This article by EFA Board Member Sean Rintel was originally published on The Conversation. See the original article . Where is the election reporting on digital rights? Flickr: g4ll4is We’ve had #stopthenotes, #suppositories, and #sexappeal to keep us amused, but … Continue reading

The following post is a response from EFA Board Member Angela Daly to an article by Linda Jaivin, ‘Long story short: Fair Use is theft by any other name’ that was published in the Fairfax media on 31 July 2013. As an … Continue reading

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Recently. EFA board member Angela Daly presented to Deakin Law School on the issue of ‘legal and regulatory issues for 3D printing’. After a brief description of how 3D printers work as well as the 3D printer ecosystem of manufacturers, … Continue reading