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This article, by Alastair MacGibbon, from the University of Canberra's Centre for Internet Safety, was originally published on The Conversation. See the original article. Alastair will be participating in a panel discussion in Canberra this Thursday about mandatory data retention … Continue reading

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Electronic Frontiers Australia was honoured to host Australian Greens Senator Scott Ludlam as our first guest in our Speak Out event series. EFA Speak Out events use Google Hangout On Air to showcase a local or international guest discussing and … Continue reading

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At the end of last month, it came to light that Sydney-based Marque Lawyers has issued letters to Australian ISPs to ask them to hand over details about the identity of their users who have allegedly used peer to peer … Continue reading

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War on the Internet Update: videos from this event are now available at: http://vimeo.com/efaoz Update: Julian Assange is recording a video that wll be played at this event.  For anyone unable to attend, we'll be streaming the whole event here: … Continue reading

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Yesterday I spoke to the PM program on Radio National for a follow up on Google's WiFi privacy debacle, and have spoken to a few other media outlets as well. No doubt there's a lot of interest in the story because … Continue reading

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