ASIO is in the subterfuge game. That’s why they’re saying harsh anti-privacy laws are targeting jihadists. But that’s not the reason the laws were written. 26 Aug 2014
Privacy-invasive new spy laws are likely to pass parliament in the next few weeks: here’s how to practically make yourself about as protected as possible. 22 Aug 2014
A new court ruling in America says that all data, even if only tenuously linked to the USA, is not safe from snooping by the US Administration. 1 Aug 2014
CLA proposes a sensible, consolidated Code of Security and Intelligence laws, to be drafted by security monitor Bret Walker, in this submission to a T’coms inquiry. 30 July 2014
PISA (police, intelligence and security agencies) want to know everything about your data and you: Bernard Keane explains why that’s not such a reasonable idea. 26 July 2014
Transport cards are convenient, for government and citizens, but do they cost us privacy…and how much are authorities trading our details to their benefit? 16 June 2014
Australia’s securitazi are supposedly oversighted by independent agencies and MPs, but in reality nobody closely supervises the shadowy out-of-sight and -mind faceless and nameless operatives. 11 June 2014
The baby has gone out with the bathwater in the Budget ‘reorganisation’ of the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner. Transparency is the main casualty: 7 June 2014
Should having an odd name cost someone greater judicial penalties? That’s a question behind the “right to be forgotten” debate just begun in Europe and coming to Australia.
Facebook vigilante pages over pedophiles pose dangers that can lead to violence and more pedophile offending, experts warn. Hear what CLA’s Tasmanian Director, Richard Griggs, has to say.