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Free speech only when approved
Australian Financial Review | 26th September, 2014
John Roskam

The fondness of the Labor Party and the Greens for freedom of speech in Australia would be touching - if it wasn't so hypocritical. The debate over the Abbott government's anti-terrorism laws and in particular whether journalists should be jailed for writing about security operations has revealed Labor and the Greens' so-called commitment to one... Read

 
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The unspoken benefits of tax avoidance
The Drum
23rd September, 2014

Chris Berg

 
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Metadata and the subversion of privacy
Sydney Morning Herald
20th September, 2014

Mikayla Novak

 
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Will we kill civilians in an effort to save them?
The Drum
16th September, 2014

Chris Berg

 
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Abbott heads for the shifting centre
Australian Financial Review
12th September, 2014

John Roskam

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The colonialist charge
IPA Review
Richard Allsop

English historian Catherine Hall had a specific political purpose in writing this book. In the aftermath of 9/11, she strongly opposed the Blair... Read

 

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The end of history
IPA Review
Stephanie Forrest

In 1993, after the passing of Laurie R. Gardiner - a historian and lecturer at the University of Melbourne - his friends, family, and former... Read

 

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The Cyberbullying moral panic
IPA Review
Chris Berg

Bullying among children is a serious problem. At its tragic worst it can lead to suicide. But it is a serious social problem, not a technological... Read

 
             

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Abbott government's copyright proposal is an internet filter by another name
Simon Breheny

"The Abbott government's proposal to crack down on online copyright infringement will result in the implementation of a new mandatory internet... Read

 

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Submission to Australian government Online Copyright Infringement Discussion Paper
Chris Berg

 

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Section 18c, We Will Continue Fighting - The Australian
James Paterson

 
 

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HV McKay Lecture delivered by Robert Bryce - 9 September 2014

   

Matt Ridley - Freedom and Optimism: Humanity's Triumph - 14 November 2013

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