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

All supporting documents for the 2017 AGM, including the Proxy Form, are now available on our 2017 AGM page. The AGM will be held (on Internet Relay Chat) at 15:00 AEDT on Sunday 8th October 2017. Proxy forms are due … Continue reading

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Members should be aware that a project is underway to reincorporate EFA as a Company Limited by Guarantee. As part of this process, a consultation period on a new Draft Constitution is now underway. Members are encouraged to review the … Continue reading

The Bytes and Rights 2017 conference is being held as part of the Festival of the Web, an 8-day series of international conferences in early April in Perth. See the full program of Festival of the Web events. Bytes and … Continue reading