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Metadata and Privacy Rights - Radio Adelaide

Friday, 8 May 2015

The Privacy Commissioner ruled this week that Telstra must comply with journalist Ben Grubb’s 2013 FOI Request to see his personal metadata. Read more

The dark net and dangerous drugs - Radio New Zealand

Monday, 20 April 2015

Websites on the dark net are being blamed for being the conduit for a new drug called N-bomb which causes violent reactions in users. Cyber crime expert Nigel Phair of the University of Canberra talks to the Panel about how the depths of the dark net. Read more

Google could be fined almost $8 billion - ABC News Radio

Thursday, 16 April 2015

But now the European Union says the company has been abusing its position by favouring its own online shopping company and services in searches. The US internet giant could be fined of almost $8 billion. Read more

Hacked Photos - The Project

Monday, 13 April 2015

Four years ago, Danish student Emma Holten had nude photos of herself leaked. But despite being harrassed online, she's taken the power back, by releasing nude photos of herself, on her terms. Read more

Public Wi-Fi unsafe, security expert warns - Brisbane Times

Monday, 13 April 2015

Public Wi-Fi hotspot users should assume someone is watching everything they do, an internet security expert has warned. Read more