In October last year, when I nominated to join the board of Electronic Frontiers Australia, I didn't know a lot about the organisation, but I learned quickly how important EFA  is to digital rights in Australia, and as an ally … Continue reading

The Australian Government doesn’t own the Internet, but increasingly it seems to want to. Many of our members own and work in Internet businesses, and they’ve been telling us, loudly and clearly, that they follow the laws of Australia, they … Continue reading

Tickets available now via links below! Book early to avoid disappointment or lack of pizza. 6:30 pm at ThoughtWorks. Join us for Pre-Crime, a film where science fiction turns into disturbing fact as forecasting software, algorithms and databases quickly become … Continue reading

A new project by the Australian Human Rights Commission puts the relationship between human rights and technology into focus. Electronic Frontiers Australia welcomes this directive. EFA’s charter is the protecting and building awareness of civil liberties and ongoing campaigning of … Continue reading

Electronic Frontiers Australia, the country’s leading digital rights organisation, is proud to announce that its Board has elected its first female leadership team. Lyndsey Jackson was elected unopposed as the new Chair of EFA at a Board meeting held on … Continue reading