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Facebook's future shaky after historic stock market drop

Facebook stock has fallen dramatically, which could be the beginning of the end of the social ...  
Instead of baring teeth, journos pampered Morrison during recent speech

The Prime Minister’s recent speech in Canberra revealed much about Australia’s press gallery ...  
The consequences of accessible technology

As sophisticated technology becomes more affordable and readily available, there lie dangers of it ...  
News Corp's shoddy 'journalism' again dominates Press Council complaints

Australia’s media watchdog found more than two-thirds of all complaints upheld for violations of ...  
Wage theft still amounts to big bickies despite new laws

Accusations of wage theft in Australia are escalating, despite recent laws making it a criminal ...  
Economy over health: Neoliberalism is destroying lives

Throughout the pandemic, the Australian Government has been heavily focused on the economy, ...  
Cost of toll roads take Sydneysiders for a ride

Road infrastructure is becoming less accessible, as market forces seek to monopolise a system ...  
Peter Dutton's war machine cult

The Federal Government has spent billions on defence equipment, ignoring issues such as the ...  
Year 2038: The day we run out of time

Computer systems that use time for critical computations may encounter fatal errors if the Y2038 ...  
Appointment of Murdoch mate to top job raises eyebrows

The Morrison Government appointment of a long-time friend to Rupert Murdoch as chair of the ACCC ...  
Government greed is ruining our economy

Neoliberalism and poor government management over the years have been detrimental to a flourishing ...  
Starlink takes on NBN to improve Australian farming

With the NBN rollout failing to provide adequate connectivity to rural Australia, satellite ...  
Rapid Antigen Test scandal reveals Morrison's cruelty

While many countries have offered free testing kits, the Liberal Government is determined to serve ...  
Coalition misleads with claim financial watchdog works well

The Coalition would have us believe that Australia's financial ombudsman is on the money, but it's ...  
How the Government could shape the 2022 digital economy

As our technological landscape continues to adapt to the pandemic, Paul Budde makes some predic ...  
Double standards: The UK-Australian Free Trade Agreement

Any agreement between governments led by Boris Johnson and Scott Morrison must be treated with a ...  
Coalition pumps more money into keeping Australia 'safe'

The announcement of yet another defence contract reinforces the idea that late capitalism is all ...  
Banks suspected in AGL's climate foul play

Despite pledging support for climate action, it's possible one of Australia's big four banks is ...  

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