Terrorism and KFC: First impressions on security in Mumbai

John Ballot- September 25, 2016

By John Ballot In a city that has been deemed a “hot hunting ground for terror” by the Times of India, a couple of security ... Read More

Proposed security laws spark backlash

Proposed security laws spark backlash

Ben Lynskey- November 7, 2012

The past and present of Australian national security legislation. Read More

Decision on national security nears

Decision on national security nears

Ben Lynskey- October 22, 2012

The implications of the National Security Inquiry from a governmental, public, academic, and journalistic perspective. Read More

Security laws a threat to privacy

Tatiana Ferreira- October 19, 2012

The Australian public are on the brink of losing their rights to online privacy if the proposed National Security Inquiry launched by the Australian government, ... Read More

Online security: protection from who?

Ben Lynskey- October 5, 2012

IN the digital age online security is paramount, but are the proposed privacy laws protecting us or putting us at more risk? The government's proposed ... Read More

Proposed law to legalise online spying

Ace Tamayo- September 27, 2012

Proposed changes to the National Security law will aid the ASIO to legally spy on any personal information online, according to civil rights groups. Read More

Security inquiry a threat to privacy

Tatiana Ferreira- September 20, 2012

Internet privacy could be under threat if the federal government adopts the recommendations of a proposed National Security Inquiry. Read More