Monthly Archives: October 2014

As AFP Commissioner Andrew Colvin confirmed to a press conference in Canberra yesterday, mandatory data retention will include data that will enable copyright holders to chase people they believe have infringed their copyright. Communications Minister Turnbull tried to play this down, … Continue reading

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This article, by Kimberlee Weatherall from the University of Sydney was originally published at The Conversation. See the original article. Ten years on from the Australia-US Free Trade Agreement, Australia is entering another round of negotiations towards the new and controversial Trans-Pacific … Continue reading

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Last week, Stilgherrian joined Privacy International's Legal Director Carly Nyst in Sydney to discuss data retention and surveillance. He's edited that conversation into his latest Corrupted Nerds podcast, which we encourage you to listen to: Conversations 12: Metadata & surveillance … Continue reading

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EFA's 2014 Annual General Meeting will be held on Sunday 23rd November in Internet Relay Chat (IRC). Nominations for the five vacant Board seats are now being sought from financial members. Self-nomination is acceptable and encouraged. If you are unsure … Continue reading