The Internet of Things (IoT) and its Impact on Personal Privacy

Thanks to billions of wirelessly connected devices across the globe gathering and transmitting data about our lives, we face a potentially enormous threat to our privacy. At the annual International Conference of Data Protectio...

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Content Classification to be at the Forefront of New Media Technology

Recently, the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) finished a review of Australia's classification laws. This was the first review of its kind in two decades. In that 20-year period, technology has rapidly progressed, making cu...

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Cyber Police to get More Powers to Monitor our Activity in Cyberspace

Cybercrime is a growing threat as we exchange more and more information online. Cybercrime has already overtaken the drug trade worldwide as the most profitable form of all crimes due to the opportunities that cybercriminals have ...

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Cyberspace is no Longer a Lawless World

A topic of much-heated debate out in the online community and through the realms of cyberspace is whether there is a social media law? Although there is no Social Media Act or Social Networking Act, it is important to recognise ...

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Telcos on the Front Foot in the Fight Against Piracy

Only days before the High Court of Australia is set to hear an appeal by a group representing many of the largest entertainment industry rights holders in Australia against a Federal Court judgement in February that found Intern...

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