This article, by Farbod Faraji, was originally published on EFF's Deeplinks blog. It has been slightly modified for context. See the original article. A security flaw in New South Wales’ Internet voting system may have left as many as 66,000 … Continue reading

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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[UPDATE] We apologise, but we inadvertantly upgraded Labor on censorship from Red to Amber. This was an internal version control error and should not have happened. We have corrected this now. As we've done for the last two Federal Elections, … 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

This article by EFA Board Member Sean Rintel was originally published on The Conversation. See the original article . Where is the election reporting on digital rights? Flickr: g4ll4is We’ve had #stopthenotes, #suppositories, and #sexappeal to keep us amused, but … Continue reading