Tech companies should prioritise the protection of their users and the wider public when designing services, the UK and international security partners have warned.
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The European Commission will deem that Canada, Brazil, Singapore, Argentina and Australia don’t regulate credit ratings agencies with the same rigour as the EU, the … Read more
Detainees and Riot police are seen during a riot at the Frank Baxter Juvenile Justice Centre, Kariong, Australia, on Monday 22 July 2019.
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Australia: Woman charged with decapitating her mother in front of her 4 year old son (Reader’s discretion required)
A woman has been charged with murder after allegedly decapitating her mother as a four-year-old relative looked on.
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The Australian Government is accelerating its bid to transform into one of the world’s top three digital governments by 2025, signing a three-year agreement with … Read more
Tags with the names of all 298 passengers who lost their lives onboard MH17 are seen hanging between trees out the front of the Consulate … Read more
Australia: Four children (aged 10 to 14) arrested after two-day joyride using their ‘stolen’ parents’ car
Four children who packed fishing rods into an SUV belonging to one of their parents and drove 620-miles on a madcap spree across the Australian … Read more
Alek Sigley, an Australian student who went Sigley had been pursuing a graduate degree in Korean literature at Kim Il Sung University in Pyongyang. He … Read more
An old-fashioned US diner has gone viral after an interesting addition to its menu caught the attention of a passing customer this month.
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Australian counter-terror police arrested three as part of an investigation into domestic Islamic State sympathisers
Australian counter-terror police said they arrested three men during raids in suburban Sydney on Tuesday as part of an investigation into domestic Islamic State sympathisers.… Read more
Landmark judgement in Australia finds publishers legally responsible for moderating comments on Facebook sites
In Australia major media companies and Facebook are scrambling to come to grips with a landmark ruling by an Australian judge that found publishers are … Read more
The Australian state of Victoria has enacted euthanasia laws to allow terminally ill patients to end their lives with lethal medication. The first death could … Read more