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Make no mistake: Abortion bans violate human rights

In the wake of the Alabama abortion ban, we have witnessed myriad women throughout the world come ...  
Politicians suing for defamation: Freedom of speech?

As it becomes a more common practice for politicians to sue for defamation, perhaps it's time for ...  
Netflix, Foxtel and spinning the pay-TV piracy issue

Online piracy has gone down because of competition in the pay-TV sector and is not due to the ...  
The paranoia of partnership: The ALP shuns Green support

The Labor Party's refusal to deal with the Greens and other parties is political shortsightedness ...  
Climate science deniers make hay over Peter Ridd case

Sacked Australian scientist and hero of climate science deniers everywhere, Dr Peter Ridd, has ...  
There is no business like show business

The AFP's ties to the Coalition have almost turned our nation into a police state, using terrorism ...  
Julian Assange will find no help from the mainstream media

Despite being an inspirational figure to independent journalism, the mainstream media has turned ...  
A.C.T. Cannabis Bill delayed, but not out

The Bill that was set to legalise cannabis in the A.C.T. has been delayed after a referral to the ...  
EXCLUSIVE: Senator Rice details Australia's faunal extinction emergency

Senator Janet Rice talks to IA about the Senate Inquiry into Faunal Extinction's Interim Report ...  
The arrest of Assange: When the right to know and question is taken away

The warning is explicit for journalists — what happened to Assange can happen to you, writes ...  
Assange and the National Security State: Criminalising investigative journalism

The representatives of the "National Security State" are gleeful and chortling at the seizure o ...  
The arrest of Julian Assange: A 'dark moment for press freedom'

Edward Snowden described the arrest of Julian Assange as a "dark moment for press freedom" wi ...  
The NDIS, Disability Royal Commission and Morrison's crocodile tears

The Disability RC announcement was an afterthought designed to offset the negative reception for ...  
Extinction: 'Let's get it done' in Berejiklian's NSW

The newly elected Berejiklian Government has wasted no time watering down environmental protect ...  
Dutton's 'adviser' Ray Hadley and the case of the on-again-off-again visa

Investigations editor Ross Jones reports on the visa saga of one small-time offender and why Ray ...  
Facebook, Google in the firing line: Breaking up the digital giants

Calls to break up the tech-giants are increasing, particularly since the failure to stop the ...  
Returning Jihadis: What happens to the families no one wants?

Dr Binoy Kampmark reports on the Jihadi brides and unfortunate children that no one wants.  
Christchurch shooter's obsession with white supremacist war criminals

Is there a connection between the Christchurch shooter's white-supremacist "manifesto" and a sub ...