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Media Releases - 2017

 
Each of the these release links are to PDF documents.

15th June: Copyright Amendment Bill passes: onwards to Fair Use

22nd May: Wikipedia Flies Flag for Fair Copyright in Australia

1st May: Data retention: universal warrant requirement is only effective protection

13th April: National Get a VPN Day

Media Mentions - 2017

 

16th June: ZDNet
Parliament passes digital fair dealing for Copyright Act

13th June: SBS News
Experts say breaking encryption problematic

13th June: SBS News
PM's encryption battle

26th May: TechDirt
Wikipedians Join Push For Fair Use In Australia After Six Government Reports Recommend It

23rd May: Business Insider
Wikipedia says Australians 'break the law everyday' on copyright and has launched a reform campaign

23rd May: itWire
Wikipedia begins campaign for fair use copyright exceptions

22nd May: International Business Times
Wikipedia calls for Fair Use provision in Australia

22nd May: Gizmodo
Wikipedia Is Joining The Fight To Update Australia's Fair Use Laws

22nd May: ABC Radio Melbourne
If you share memes or forward emails, you're probably breaking Australia's current copyright law

21st May: SMH
Fair Use: Wikipedia targets Australians in bid to change the law

18th May: ABC News
Experts urge social media users to check privacy settings and think before they post

4th May: Daily Telegraph
Jon Lawrence: National security? Data laws misused to spy. Opinion piece by EFA Executive Officer Jon Lawrence [pay-walled]

2nd May: advox - Global Voices
‘We Told You So': Australian Federal Police Accessed Journalist's Phone Records Illegally

1st May: itWire
EFA calls for 'universal' metadata warrants

27th April: ABC
FaceApp: Experts have privacy concerns about popular face transformation app

18th April: HuffPost Australia
Data Retention Laws Are Now In Effect And Here's What You Need To Know

17th April: Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Government Lies About Metadata Scheme

17th April: Lifehacker
How to protect your metadata with a VPN

14th April: The Age
How to protect your metadata with a VPN

13th April: itWire
Today is National Get a VPN Day

13th April: ZDNet
Brandis rules out data retention in civil litigation

12th April: Techly
A practical guide to protecting your privacy online

3rd April: News.com.au
Calls to limit restrictions on use of personal data in Australia

25th January: ABC Radio National Breakfast
TPP opponents continue battle.

24th January: 3CR: Done by Law
Summer news update & review of mandatory data retention laws

18th January: Junkee
Surprise! The Government Is Proposing A Worrying Change To Those Data Retention Laws.

9th January: Daily Telegraph
Paranoid Aussies lock smartphones to hide naked selfies and block Facebook pranks.

6th January: Herald Sun
Advocates predict ‘abolition of privacy’ with mooted law changes in civil and family disputes.

4th January: Radio National Breakfast
Concerns of mission creep over metadata.

 

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