Monthly Archives: September 2014

Submissions for the Government’s Copyright Infringement Discussion Paper closed at the start of the month. The Attorney-General’s department has arbitrarily decided to publish only the submissions written by organisations and not those from individual Australians. We know that many of … Continue reading

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EFA is proud to present the following events in October. Book your tickets today! Brisbane: Julian Burnside Saturday, 11th October, 6.00pm for 7.00pm In conjunction with Queensland Council for Civil Liberties, this event will feature leading Human Rights lawyer Julian Burnside AO … Continue reading

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This is a guest post from Angela Daly & Angus Murray, Members of the EFA Policy and research Standing Committee. Angela is also a member of Australian Privacy Foundation's board of directors. Between 15th-19th of September, in the week leading up … Continue reading

It's time for privacy invasion to be a legal wrong By Normann Witzleb, Monash University This post is reproduced under a Creative Commons license.and was originally posted at The Conversation.   The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) yesterday recommended introducing new laws … Continue reading

This is a guest post from Angela Daly & Angus Murray, Members of the EFA Policy and research Standing Committee and is crossposed with EFF's Deeplinks blog. Angela is also a member of Australian Privacy Foundation's board of directors. Between 15th-19th … Continue reading