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When not being a white supermodel incites online rage

Star Wars actress Kelly Marie Tran has been mercilessly trolled online for her acting skills ...  
Uber and Airbnb: Who really benefits in the 'share economy'?

The share economy is a façade that allows companies such as Uber to flaunt social values at the ...  
Will ONO emerge as Facebook with a conscience?

Social media has been a cut-throat business in recent times but at least one newcomer is aiming to ...  
The tragedy of Australia’s NBN

Anthony Eales discusses the future of Australia's troubled National Broadband Network with hopes ...  
Dissidents risk government intervention in domain names battle

Recent controversy surrounding Australia's internet domain name administration has gone from bad ...  
The abnormalisation of society: How tech turned lonely men into mass murderers

Involuntary celibacy has been recently used as an excuse for homicides, but freedom of online ...  
auDA given ultimatum to sort out internal affairs

Turmoil within Australia's internet domain administration could lead to it being handed back to ...  
Taxpayer-funded surveillance: The Liberal Party database and i360 combine

i360 captures data from the Feedback database, operated by Parakeelia, which is owned by the ...  
Surveillance, shadow profiling and political omniscience

Melanie McCartney delves into the murky world of big data surveillance methods and the ramifica ...  
With flying cars coming, should we really be building new roads?

The Government's pledged billions for new roads. Instead, they should consider flying cars for ...  
Bill Morrow slams the door and kicks the dog as he prepares to log off from his dud NBN

The CEO of the NBN Corporation now admits that the government is to blame for Australia's slow ...  
Cyber war: Russia not playing by the rules, if there are any rules

Is the Government's cybersecurity advice following Russian trolling activity sufficient or ...  
Why is it so hard to delete Facebook?

People are concerned about how their data will be used but few contemplate permanently deleting ...  
Steem: Social media platform mirrors real-world economics and inequality

Dr Samuel Douglas explores the ethical and political complexities of one of the front-runners in a ...  
Not many Likes for Facebook this week

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is having a busy time explaining the abuse of millions of users' ...  
Goodbye Bill Morrow, the NBN Nero, who fiddled and raged as it buffered

NBN Co CEO Bill Morrow has decided to jump his sinking ship two years before the project's comp ...  
Imbalance, not addiction: Young adults and social media

Addiction, bullying, distraction — despite critiques, James Arfanis discusses the creative ...  
Think for Yourself: Wish shopping app

Have you ever seen those links to an absurdly cheap deal on social media? John Turnbull orders ...