A draft of the Trans-Pacific Partnership's "Intellectual Property" chapter from May 11, 2015 has recently been leaked to journalists. This is the fourth leak of the chapter following earlier drafts of October 2014, August 2013, and February 2011. The latest … Continue reading

There is a serious threat to domain name privacy, and you can help. As you may have heard, an ICANN working group is considering how privacy and proxy services should work for domain names. It will cover all generic domain … Continue reading

This article, by Farbod Faraji, was originally published on EFF's Deeplinks blog. It has been slightly modified for context. See the original article. A security flaw in New South Wales’ Internet voting system may have left as many as 66,000 … Continue reading

This article, by Suelette Dreyfus, University of Melbourne and Shanton Chang, University of Melbourne was originally published in The Conversation. See the original article. The great irony of the Abbott government’s plan enforce the mandatory data retention legislation is that while … Continue reading

The Government's data retention scheme looks set to pass the Senate this week with Labor's support. This scheme is rushed, costly, ineffective, and against the public interest. Also, absurdly, the flawed legislation leaves open numerous loopholes, which can be used … Continue reading