Intelligence committee wants to know what data was shared with Chinese firms and why
Turnbull would ‘love to see’ Facebook’s Zuckerberg face Australian MPs
Researchers studied a range of apps and found only one was effective, while others failed to spark improvements or made the problem worse
In a submission to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission inquiry into the impact on media from digital platforms, Google says the internet has made news more diverse, specialised and accessible, and traditional media is adapting.
In backlash against latest update, users of the social app call on Snap Inc to change back to original design
At Sydney’s Millennial 20/20 conference the wifi password is SmashedAvo and the attitude is predatory infantilisation
Volunteers in Melbourne have had microchips inserted for three months, designed to unlock doors and carry out other tasks. Will they really be any use?
Give the people what they want: my pitch for how Twitter should host lengthy contributions without sacrificing brevity
All users now get twice as many characters per tweet, and it’s fair to say the response has been mixed
Austrac, the federal government’s financial intelligence agency, says foreign crime syndicates are also manipulating markets and laundering money
Malcolm Turnbull says the ‘law of Australia’ will prevail over the ‘laws of mathematics’ in new legislation on encryption. But he is on shaky ground