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Canberrans' privacy compromised in security camera hack - Canberra Times

Sunday, 9 November 2014

On a warm summers day in the ACT a couple cheekily kiss among the shelves of a Canberra store, not knowing they're being watched by a security camera – and the entire world. Read more

Fairfax case shows dangers of Facebook journalism: social media users beware - The Conversation

Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Australians' love of social media, which includes 11.3 million Facebook users, has been a haven for social networking companies, advertisers, and increasingly journalists. But Fairfax’s recent publication of a photo of a young man misidentified as Numan Haider shows how important it is to protect the way your data is used. Read more

IT Security - Omni Channel Media

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

An educated insight into the security implications of disruptive technologies. Read more

Don't get caught up in the web - The Wire

Monday, 15 September 2014

A warning to hacktavists around the globe: curiosity got the cat locked in prison for a year - much of it in solitary confinement. In fact, you don't even have to be hacking. The information may just be sitting there, but if it violates a website's terms of service it could get you into trouble. Read more

The Growing Threat of Cyber Warfare - 2SER

Friday, 5 September 2014

As the the internet and computers become more and more integrated in modern society's daily running, the threat of cyber-attacks has risen to levels never before seen in history. In an already unstable world, cyber-warfare adds yet another complex platform for violence between states. Read more