As we've done with previous federal polls, EFA has rated a selection of the parties contesting this Saturday's Western Australian half-Senate re-election. The Greens and the Pirate Party remain the stand-out choices for people concerned about digital rights, however the … Continue reading

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EFA is very proud to present our next EFA Speak Out, featuring Narelle Clark. Narelle is a long-standing Life Member of EFA and is currently the President of the Internet Society of Australia and sits on the Internet Society’s global … Continue reading

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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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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

As reported by Bernard Keane in Crikey yesterday, Australia’s corporate regulator - ASIC - has admitted to another incident in which a website blocking request has lead to the inadvertent blocking of thousands of websites. In a written statement [PDF: … Continue reading

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