Out of the sausage factory and into the streets – Defending digital rights
The government’s response to the bushfires ravaging Australia has been woeful but not surprising. A transition away from the country’s reliance on fossil fuels is needed more than ever, and even Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his cronies will have to get on board.
Privacy as a human right – in conversation with the Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner
International Human Rights Day – the right to privacy
As data-mining companies and government decision-making edge ever closer, it is not just our digital privacy that’s at risk, but our very capacity to organize in solidarity.
24 November 2019
I was grateful to receive the Human Rights Hero award at RightsCon 2019 presented by Access Now. My esteemed fellow recipients can be found here: https://www.accessnow.org/heroes-villains-awards/ Below is an edited version of my acceptance speech, about the campaign...
Interview: until we start to understand that climate change is a also political problem we may end up carrying the problems of the present into a clean energy future
It’s time for workers to throw off the shackles of big tech
Borders are not just political and economic: they are ideological