It was with great sadness that we heard of the death last week of Caspar Bowden, privacy activist. Caspar had a long history of privacy advocacy, and was particularly notable in both the fight for public access to strong cryptography … Continue reading

20 years ago, iiNet was still a very new small ISP in a suburban garage, and iiNet co-founder Michael Malone was one of those who recognised the need for an organisation to protect the online civil rights of Australians, similar … Continue reading

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Electronic Frontiers Australia joins the world in mourning the passing of Nelson Mandela. Mr Mandela was an icon in the fight for freedom, which now includes online freedom of access and expression, and freedom from censorship, surveillance, and oppression. EFA … Continue reading

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EFA congratulates two of our life members, Marcus Wigan (current Vice-Chair of EFA) and Nigel Waters, on their election to the Board of the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN), Australia's peak consumer body for telecommunications, broadband and other emerging … Continue reading

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