The Full Bench of the ACT Supreme Court will hold a hearing on June 23 on legal issues surrounding the proposed release of David Eastman.
This week tech companies, democracy advocates, and open-Internet activists joined forces for a Reset the Net campaign that emphasizes both personal privacy and...
The Australian Human Rights Commission has sought leave to join a bikie gang's challenge in the High Court, to NSW consorting laws.
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A Victorian man convicted of slitting his neighbour's throat has failed in his bid to appeal against the decision in Australia's highest court.
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The majority of internet users in 17 countries do not believe the internet is a safe place to express their opinions, according to a British survey.
The UN Human Rights Council has adopted a resolution condemning the "ongoing systematic, widespread and gross human rights violations" in North Korea.
New Zealand privacy commissioner John Edwards says he thinks there's been a change in how people respond when they mistakenly receive personal information.
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Michael Kirby says he's heard many 'grim' stories of human rights abuses in North Korea, in his role as a United Nations investigator.