Monthly Archives: December 2013

Australians are finally getting the surveillance inquiry that they deserve. We are citizens, not suspects. Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA) congratulates the cooperative effort of Australian Greens and the Australian Labor Party in initiating a Senate inquiry into the reach, warranting, … Continue reading

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Electronic Frontiers Australia was honoured to host Australian Greens Senator Scott Ludlam as our first guest in our Speak Out event series. EFA Speak Out events use Google Hangout On Air to showcase a local or international guest discussing and … Continue reading

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Electronic Frontiers Australia joins the world in mourning the passing of Nelson Mandela. Mr Mandela was an icon in the fight for freedom, which now includes online freedom of access and expression, and freedom from censorship, surveillance, and oppression. EFA … Continue reading

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Ever since Edward Snowden's first NSA spying revelations, the Australian Signals Directorate (formerly Defence Signals Directorate, DSD hereafter) has been implicated as a complicit 'Five Eyes' partner. The Guardian has today released shocking new information from Snowden showing just how complicit DSD has been. These … Continue reading

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