Monthly Archives: January 2014

A discussion paper on Enhancing Online Safety for Children was released by the Commonwealth Department of Communications on Wednesday. The paper opens public consultation up on measures to improve the online safety of children in Australia, specifically: the establishment of a … Continue reading

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EFA is proud to announce that we will be joined by Dr Matthew Rimmer from the ANU College of Law for our second Speak Out event. Dr Rimmer is a leading academic commentator on issues relating to intellectual property and international … Continue reading

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The EFA Shop is open. We've teamed up with Merchgallery to offer a range of EFA-branded merchandise so that you can wear your support for EFA and the digital rights agenda, and help us to become a sustainable organisation into … Continue reading

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Greens Senator Scott Ludlam said today that he was humbled to receive Electronic Frontiers Australia’s inaugural Lifetime Achievement award for services to digital rights at their 20th anniversary celebrations tonight. Founded in January 1994 to protect and promote the civil … Continue reading

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Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA) is today holding the first of a number of events to celebrate the organisation’s 20th anniversary. Founded in January 1994 to protect and promote the civil liberties of users of electronic communications systems, EFA has grown … Continue reading

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