Reimagining Our Digital Future. A new blueprint for a more democratic digital space.
It is now six months since Australia’s News Media Bargaining Code was passed into law, and it presents an opportunity to assess the impact of this controversial piece of legislation.
Twenty years ago this week, security guard Steve Rogers was shot and killed inside the Fertility Control Clinic in East Melbourne.
Digital certificates must be carefully scrutinized to avoid mission creep
Lawyer and writer Lizzie O’Shea thinks Lovelace has lessons for us today about we deal with digital technology.
Wednesday, 17 March, 2021. Reflection on the revolutionary vision of the Communards, 150 years after the establishment of the Paris Commune.
Sunday, 14 March, 2021. Spoiler alert! Watch the movie before reading.
Sunday, March 13, 2021. More than 40 women’s protest marches are planned nationwide.
March 2021. For a modern web platform to take down art on account of indecency is to replicate the behavior of those stuffy gatekeepers at the Salon of the Académie des Beaux-Arts.
Wednesday, 24 February, 2021. The legislation won’t protect the businesses it aims to help.
Thursday, 18 February, 2021. Facebook has followed through on its promise, banning news content on its platform.
Feb 12, 2021. Proposed law will align traditional media and tech platforms against consumers.
Tuesday, December 15, 2020. At stake is the right to engage online without being watched, tracked or managed.
Sunday, 14 December, 2020. The proposed news media bargaining code tabled last week has been praised but it’s also deeply flawed.
As borders in the digital century have become more dependent on bytes and servers than bricks and mortar, this phenomenon is both in plain sight and invisible.