EFA Demands Action on Persistent Unlawful Surveillance
The Commonwealth Ombudsman has, once again, found Australian law enforcement agencies continue to unlawfully surveil Australians. When will they be forced to stop?
Lyndsey Jackson To Leave EFA Board After Five Years of Service
Board member Lyndsey Jackson reflects on her five years of service on the board, and invites you to consider joining!
EFA Statement Regarding Cloudflare
Electronic Frontiers Australia calls on Cloudflare to provide a detailed statement of reasons that explain its approach to balancing competing rights and interests.
Facebook’s Actions Highlight Flaws of Digital Platforms Code
Australia, 18 February 2021: Facebook’s actions today illustrate the level of unchecked power that successive Australian governments have permitted the company to accumulate. Australia needs regulation aimed at curbing this power, yet the News Media and Digital Platforms Mandatory Bargaining Code will entrench Facebook as a vital source of funding for news media organisations in […]
EFA Calls For Full And Transparent Review of Unlawful Robodebt Program
Australia, 31 May 2020 – Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA) applauds the tireless community action that has seen the Australian government finally concede the true nature of the Robodebt program and to refund money taken unlawfully from welfare recipients. “Robodebt demonstrates the importance of civil society involvement in scrutinising government programs that affect us. Robodebt should […]